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One ISP between France, Monaco & Switzerland

Posted by Humptydingo-180377 - Created: 15 years ago
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Posted by OK-186520 - 15 years ago

PPPS: the price is acceptable, certainly not as crazy as some I've seen:

Alliance Wanadoo: 0.04€ min

USA/Canada: 0.10€ min

Other Countries: 0.14€ min

'Alliance Wanadoo' is currently Belgium, Holland, and Marocco, and is supposedly under 'développe rapidement'.

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Posted by OK-186520 - 15 years ago

yes, and no.

You still have to have a local connection and then 'roam' a bit like with a mb.

We have adsl with wanadoo here in France. For travelling we use a piece of software called 'gricdial' which is a third party that operates as an umbrella for thousands of ISP's all over the world:

"Through the GRIC TierOne Network of 300+ top-tier service providers, GRIC offers more than 20,000 access points worldwide. Featuring state-of-the-art technology, compliant with Wi-Fi standards, the GRIC network provides more than 9,000 access points outside North America, believed to be more than double the amount of international coverage available through any of its competitors. GRIC is allied with AOL, AT&T, Cable & Wireless, Worldcom, France Telecom, Telefonica, China Telecom, Chunghwa Telecom, NTT, Singtel, and Telstra, among many others."

When outside France we boot up the software, it finds (or you choose) a local ISP, and you get connected. Tres simple. You pay for this call locally (via your mb, hotel room, or?) and you pay for the internet access via your wanadoo bill.

www.gric.com and click on tierone network.

Any questions feel free to email us. :)

PS: there are other providers in France affiliated with Gric, or if you already have an ISP service in another country you may be able to use them as the host ISP.

PPS: If using wanadoo you have to subscribe to their 'service voyage', but its free and can be done online (if you are an existing client)