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Recommendation for a cheap, temporary dial-up provider
Posted by: Billiken
Date: September 04, 2006 02:44PM
I'm going to be visiting the USA (Adrian, Michigan area) for 2 weeks this month, and I'd like to find a cheap dial-up service to use while there. I'd like to pay once and get either a month unlimited, or XX hours, and not have to worry about cancelling, repeating billing, etc.

Any recommendations?

Thanks!
Billiken from Poland



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/04/2006 02:44PM by Billiken.
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Re: Recommendation for a cheap, temporary dial-up provider
Posted by: LaserKun
Date: September 04, 2006 03:31PM
MacDialup has worked for me...
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Re: Recommendation for a cheap, temporary dial-up provider
Posted by: Phy
Date: September 04, 2006 05:44PM
If your host(ess) has Comcast, (s)he can set up a new mail account just for you at no cost.
I've done that for European visitors.

Or...
set up a web-based mail account before you leave, and access it there.



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Re: Recommendation for a cheap, temporary dial-up provider
Posted by: spearmint
Date: September 04, 2006 05:50PM
NetZero is cheap and maybe not a bad backup when your cable goes down.
[www.netzero.net]
You might want to play Russian Roulette with the free period on AOL. Some people say they are pretty hard to shake.




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Re: Recommendation for a cheap, temporary dial-up provider
Posted by: Racer X
Date: September 04, 2006 06:05PM
could you buy a Visa gift card, and use that for the AOL account?
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Re: Recommendation for a cheap, temporary dial-up provider
Posted by: josntme
Date: September 04, 2006 08:52PM
Allvantage.com is $6.00 a month with the first month free. You can suspend the account anytime. I use it for traveling.
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Re: Recommendation for a cheap, temporary dial-up provider
Posted by: Randalls
Date: September 05, 2006 02:31PM
Been using Coppernet as a back-up. $1 dollar for 3 months intro with no contract and live help 24/7.
[www.betterinternetsolutions.com]
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