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I am an older user (63)...I see no need for high speed and don't want to pay for the costs. I love dialup.cc internet services. They are the cheapest I have found at $4.94 per month and the support is good. I barely ever have to call them. Just wanted to let me fellow americans know about this great deal great for us oldtimers on a budget :) if you signup at www.dialup.cc please tell them I refered you so I can get some credits!

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tomwalker;Welcome to the forum always happy to see another dial-up user here.

Don't worry about the link but the reference for you getting credits is generally frowned upon here.

I did check the site & the TOS which says if you go over 400 hours the service will most likley be disconnected till the next month.But for the price it is a good deal.

amc11890;A mod will have to remove the link or spam if it's been 20 minutes.I don't think CA3LE will mind but if he does then my bad on this one.

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I am an older user (63)...I see no need for high speed and don't want to pay for the costs. I love dialup.cc internet services. They are the cheapest I have found at $4.94 per month and the support is good. I barely ever have to call them. Just wanted to let me fellow americans know about this great deal great for us oldtimers on a budget :) if you signup at www.dialup.cc please tell them I refered you so I can get some credits!

Like he said ^^, and welcome to the forum tomwalker :wave:

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FGOKURULES;I use dial-up but if you have something against dial-up what are you doing posting in the dial-up section?I think if you check a lot of people still use dial-up.That's why the majority of ISP's still sell it.

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Im sorry, but id like to know how much your paying for your dialup tomwalker .  BTW welcome to the forums too..

But you should check and see if you can get verizon dsl.  Its only 14.99 a month, which is what i have. Its not the best but its cheaper then dialup and a hell of alot faster.

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yeah dsl is a awesome deal;  the 768/128 plan,  for people that just simply want to surf and check and write email it is perfect

yea verizon did a great job with that plan for only 15 a month. not the fastest for download large files, but it gets the job done.

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Hey.... Why use a dial-up connection??? Almost every cell-phone provider has an network card which allows you to use their signal for broadband.. Even for you yokels who are in rural areas with no Dsl/Cable service.. And Sattelite is just too expensive!!!!! :>(

Again I ask WHY USE DIAL-UP??????

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FGOK, "Broadband" via cellular networks is plagued by relatively high latency (400+ ms), and is usually only along the lines of 128/128...  That is, if you can get it.  Usually if you can't get cable/DSL, cell signals are iffy too.  I know that's the situation that I'm in.  Also, data transfers are extremely limited, and it's very very expensive in comparison to other solutions.

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Hey.... Why use a dial-up connection??? Almost every cell-phone provider has an network card which allows you to use their signal for broadband.. Even for you yokels who are in rural areas with no Dsl/Cable service.. And Sattelite is just too expensive!!!!! :>(

Again I ask WHY USE DIAL-UP??????

Show me a cell-phone provider that has broadband for 4.94.

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Sparticus013 ;Finally another post in dial-up.I think a lot of the faster connections provide a dial-up account with their service..I think when they do it is included in the price for the faster connection.If it does your dial-up might be free.

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Sparticus013 ;Finally another post in dial-up.I think a lot of the faster connections provide a dial-up account with their service..I think when they do it is included in the price for the faster connection.If it does your dial-up might be free.

Well my ISP provides it, but they want you to pay. What a hoax

damn 14 years old. AOL has been around that long.

It's been out since 1985. It was called Quantum Computing

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Dialup is always cool for creating wars in the usenet groups.....esp if you use one of those free accounts....never can it come back to you....but of course I would never know anything about that first hand....just read it on usenet..... :2funny:

Kiddies don't try this at home....I was just funnin....usenet people are dangerous, derranged and sometimes just crazy enough to hunt you down and kill you....so beware!

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