As soon as I heard it was a T1 problem, a little voice in my head went "Gee,
I wonder if they use Verizon?"
Glad it's back up,
----- Original Message -----
From: "bill shamam" <bill_at_guns-media.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 1:05 PM
Subject: [NTLK] Clarification of the problem
> Just to clarify some things I've seen on the list and on chuma.org,
> The outage was no fault of our ISP (PINS). It was actually caused by
> faulty wiring in the basement of my building. The wiring is Verizon's
> property and responsibility (they're no better than when they were
> called NYNEX or Bell Atlantic).
> Just to add some karma points back to PINS, I would like to say that
> their service and attention to detail are excellent and that anyone
> looking for a quality ISP (for businesses, they don't provide
> residential dialup or DSL) should consider them.
> Victor, Please make sure your website reflects this, in case someone
> does a Google search re: PINS and gets the wrong idea.
> bill shamam
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