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Re: ISP (dialup) for SE Asia?
>Can anyone recommend an ISP(s) which can do local dialup in SE Asia, >specifically Taiwan, Singapore, and Korea? IBM has dialups in Taipei and Seoul, they're probably as good a place to start as any. IBM has an unusually simple billing structure -- you pay the rates that apply for the country where you're billed regardless of where you actually dial in, which makes it an excellent deal for US residents who travel internationally. (They're the only dial-up ISP account that I pay for.) Singapore Telecom is the monopoly telecom supplier in Singapore, and the last I heard the only internet connections there were from them or their resellers. And you have to use their filtered web proxy. -- John R. Levine, IECC, POB 727, Trumansburg NY 14886 +1 607 387 6869 [email protected], Village Trustee and Sewer Commissioner, http://iecc.com/johnl, Finger for PGP key, f'print = 3A 5B D0 3F D9 A0 6A A4 2D AC 1E 9E A6 36 A3 47