Cheap ISP

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by *Y*, Jan 29, 2005.

  1. *Y* macrumors regular

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    Hey Guys,
    What do you think is the best and the cheapest dial-up isp in the U.S. is?
    Any suggestions would be appriciated. :)
     
  2. cubixcrayfish macrumors member

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    People PC and Joa or Joe(SP?) seem cheap


    Netscape and Netzero maybe??

    Don't go for American Online, there almost as bad as microsoft
     
  3. phonemonkey macrumors regular

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    access4less is the cheapest I have found. I had it and unlimited was either 4.99 or 5.99 a month. access4less.net is their address. access4less.com is pop-up hell.
     
  4. cubixcrayfish macrumors member

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    access4 looks like it has spotty coverage.....

    but I gusse that what's you get for cheap coverage, my grandparents pay $30 a month for 56K becuase that's the only provider in there rural middle of no-where home... Seems like a waste when they use it like 5 times a year
     
  5. JesseJames macrumors 6502a

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    I've been thinking about switching to NetZero. I've been using Earthlink ever since I was disgusted with AOL and never looked back. But 21.95 a month for unlimited dial-up seems a bit much considering cheaper competitors.
    I know NetZero has unlimited dial-up for 9.95 a month. Is the service good?
    I'm happy with Earthlink but you'd think they would give long time subscribers some slack. I've asked for a nominal lower rate of 19.95 a month from them and have gotten no answer.
    The NetZero CD-ROM is 10 bucks to order. I'm seriously considering giving them a shot.
     
  6. Solafaa macrumors 6502a

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    I can never go back to dial-up :( i rather die then have a slow internet. :mad:
     

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