A practical guide to moving, living, working & traveling in Greece, plus musing and misadventures from an American in Athens
This will be my last post about OTE (On The Exodus) and our shoddy ADSL connection because it’s on the way out of our lives.
We again had no online access this past week like so many weeks before, but OTE continues to make promises it hasn’t kept. These empty promises have cost me precious money and work opportunities I can no longer afford to lose, with no apology, no compensation and absolutely no change in service for the past 6 months we’ve lived in this supposedly “good” area.
I am hopeful this Vodafone wireless solution is more reliable. It’s the same price and a lot more convenient for the same speed, so it’s already gotten my attention…and respect.
In the news
“Fixed telephony in Greece hits Stone Age snags” — Kathimerini
“Greek watchdog fines OTE”
Related posts — The OTE Saga
“Just another day in Hellas”
“OTE: Miracle on Thiseos Street”
“The magic of DSL in Greece“
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