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Re: AOL Decides To Offer Discount Internet Service
Posted by: David A. Vise 2003-10-16 23:00:15
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America Online is preparing to launch a new discount Internet service under the Netscape brand name, the latest effort by the giant company to compete in the growing low-cost segment of the online dial-up business. The preliminary plan is for the service to be rolled out early next year. For $9.95 a month, subscribers would receive one e-mail account, with a "netscape.com" address, plus Internet access. America Online plans to offer the service primarily to people calling AOL customer service centers to cancel their $23.90-per-month America Online subscriptions.

Re: AOL Decides To Offer Discount Internet Service
Posted by: radha11 2003-10-16 23:15:20 In reply to: David A. Vise
I think if you want discounts read this http://www.pcworld.com/news/article/0,aid,112752,00.asp
I just signed up to one. After i read this and said let me check if there is anything cheaper than even 9.95
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