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thanks for all contributions received.

After some browsing, I found two documents with
details about European dial-up access points:

1) the Peter Kamisnki's PDIAL report contains very detailed lists
of access providers (mainly in USA). There is also a chapter (03) dedicated
to international providers (listed in Europe: UK, Germany, Greece,
Latest report found is the #015, dated 9 December 1993. (The report
can be found in many ftp sites).

2) the EUNET "Travellers service" contains a list of national dial-up
access points
from different European countries. There is a WWW server with EUNET
at The list of access points is located at

Thanks again,


alias zac 'Zavisa Bjelogrlic'
Intecs Sistemi SpA, Advanced Technologies
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