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Re: Note from a satisfied customer
Bill Frezza wrote:
>.... When you do your calculations of the "outrageous" charges,
> best stick to a single B channel as the second one will almost never get
++ The second channel would commonly be used for CSV services. Bill, do a
calculation of placing all your voice calls over the BA-PA tariff.
> .... THIS AIN"T A LEASED LINE, IT'S A SWITCHED CIRCUIT. When
> you use it between offices, it ties up trunks. Why is this so hard to
++ It *is* a switched circuit Bill, but it uses exactly the same inter-office plant
that a POTS call uses, that a 56KB leased line uses, that a CSV ISDN call
uses. Which is precisely the reason that an ISDN call, whether CSV or CSD,
should not be tariffed differently than a POTS call. The bandwidth requirement
for an ISDN CSD call is precisely the same as an analog modem POTS call.
> And why should ISDN users be subsidized by plain old telephone users? What
> about poor old grandma....
++ Right now, residential POTS usage is subsidized by most other categories of service.
I don't think Grandma is going to get screwed if ISDN is priced at a reasonable
> I've got to hand it to you, Jamie, you do wonderful political theater.
++ Bill, is your forte PR for the LECs?
Have a good weekend all,