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Re: Suburban ISDN

  Matthew Sparby wrote:
  > I recently (read: two weeks ago) moved into a new home ...
  > The phone company in Burnsville, Minnesota (the location of my new home, ...
  Burnsville is one of only three Central Office areas in the Twin Cities area
  which does not yet have ISDN. The other two are in central Minneapolis.
  > I wish I knew of some other way to get the service short of petitioning local businesses to ask the phone company for it as well.  Does anyone on this list have ...
  I'll tell you what I've got:
  There is a local ISP which is very interested in ISDN service. Their
  name is Gofast, and they led the local fight to get USWest to step
  up their installation of ISDN connections in the Minneapolis area.
  The specific information you should look at is at:
  There is a map there which shows what I've outlined above. Below the map
  they list Burnsville as being scheduled for ISDN installation in the
  first quarter of 1996, so you have at most six or seven weeks to wait.
  Hardly worth the effort, but you might send a nastygram to USWest,
  just for fun..
  Andrew C. Esh			mailto:andrew_esh@cnt.com
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