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Re: A DOV technical question
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- Subject: Re: A DOV technical question
- From: Michael Philip Kaufman <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 09:51:56 -0500
At 12:32 AM 11/4/96 -0500, Fred Goldstein wrote:
>If your line is set up voice only, data calls won't go through, and telco
>won't be able to charge you for data. NYNEX charges $5/month to enable
>data per B channel, so if you're paying it, you are then entitled to pay
>the extra-expensive per-minute rates for data calls. But voice calls,
>including DOV, will still go at the voice rate.
BTW, Fred -- does NYNEX up there *also* charge the per-call "drop" (10.6
cents, here in NYC) for data calls, on *top* of the per-minute data charges?
The combination, here in NYC, makes demand-based throttling (where my
hardware could bring the lines up and down based on traffic) prohibitive...
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