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Re: Sprint Introduces Prepaid Internet Cards
Posted by: Jon Van 2001-12-17 13:37:31
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Sprint is now offering prepaid Internet cards that it hopes will be as widely
sold at retail stores across the country as phone cards. The service comes with a disc
that can be loaded onto a computer to gain online access at $20 for 20 hours.
AT&T has also launched a family of prepaid Internet products to be sold through retail

Re: Sprint Introduces Prepaid Internet Cards
Posted by: Joe Spammer 2001-12-18 13:58:27 In reply to: Jon Van
Great! I can't tell you how much this will help me in my business. Now when my account is disposable to begin with, who cares if I get terminated for sending out reams of spam? Thanks to a spam-friendly company like sprint (number one entry at spamhaus.org!) for coming up with a wonderful idea like this.

Re: Sprint Introduces Prepaid Internet Cards
Posted by: Spam Man 2001-12-18 15:05:05 In reply to: Joe Spammer
You and your kind will be handled in appropriate ways. We will ignore your spam and your business will suffer.

Nobody needs that junk anyway.

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