Request DSL in trial

PILBARA Mines subsidiary Request DSL has formally been accepted into the unconditional local loop (ULL) trial by Telstra.

Following discussions with Telstra Wholesale, Request DSL has been granted co-location access to the exchanges earmarked for trial.

Request DSL managing director Greg Pennefather said that the trial was the first step to providing the company’s asynchronous digital subscriber line service to homes and businesses in regional and metropolitan areas nationwide.

“The trial will allow us to fine tune our procedures for exchange provisioning and will prove to potential customers that ADSL is a serious and viable service,” Mr Pennefather said.

Customers who are participating in the trial will be provided with Request DSL’s ‘always on’ high speed Internet access.

The company’s high speed access operates up to 150 times faster than current 56K modems.


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