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    New question here. OT, suggestions for a cheap ISP

    I need to switch fro my overpriced ISP any suggestions on a cheap, good dial up ISP?
    Thanks in advance
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    Have you seen the PeoplePC ads? I belive is $9.95 a month but don't exactly remember, humm forgot to take my memory enhancing pills today.

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    Is that what you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL
    Have you seen the PeoplePC ads? I belive is $9.95 a month but don't exactly remember, humm forgot to take my memory enhancing pills today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32seventeen
    I need to switch fro my overpriced ISP any suggestions on a cheap, good dial up ISP?
    Thanks in advance
    I have Juno/NetZero for $10/month. I like it
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    I used to use Everyone's internet and changed just about everyone I knew to them. they are $9.95 per month and I always had goo luck with them. Their website is something weird like www.ev1.net. Now, I use DSL though.

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    I don't use them, not available in my area. I have DSL at home.

    Have heard good things about NetZero too but again not in my area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32seventeen
    I need to switch fro my overpriced ISP any suggestions on a cheap, good dial up ISP?
    Thanks in advance
    Usually your best bet is to look locally first. Back when I was on dial-up, my ISP was my local utilities company. They were like $9.95 a month. There are also a couple other local ISP's in my area that are under $15. So sometimes it pays to check there first. I am currently on a cable modem, so I use Cox.

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    The only local I could find is $20, and Juno is only $6.95.
    I wish DSL was available in my area, my only other option is Satalite. Any opinions on that option?
    Thanks for the reponses.


    Quote Originally Posted by russw19
    Usually your best bet is to look locally first. Back when I was on dial-up, my ISP was my local utilities company. They were like $9.95 a month. There are also a couple other local ISP's in my area that are under $15. So sometimes it pays to check there first. I am currently on a cable modem, so I use Cox.

    Russ
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