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|By Earle on Friday, September 06, 2002 - 11:41 pm:|
msn? let me tell you bout a nightmare!! nothings works right!
i have localnet.com as my new ISP, they are a reliable,CHEAP ($9.95 a month) ISP with a lot of support.
they even got oe re-configured to function, which msn never could.
watch those freebies, you get what you pay for,lol
|By Anonymous on Friday, January 05, 2001 - 08:25 pm:|
Oops!!! link problem. Try it again...
|By Anonymous on Friday, January 05, 2001 - 08:14 pm:|
ISP troubles???? Check out a new service with a great 24 by 7 support...
|By beeble on Friday, January 05, 2001 - 01:57 am:|
Right now I have 1 different ISP, I got a cable modem for my birthday, BUT until then, I had 8 different ISP's, call me crazy, but living here in NJ it's almost impossible to get on/stay on with a dial-up connection. For west-coast folks earthlink is best, they still don't have enough ##'s here on the east coast. I had bellatlantic.net for my primary. AWFUL, sorry, but could never stay connected more than 8 or 9 minutes at a time. The others were freebies, several of which have rolled over and died.
If you are using AOL for your dial-up, you can use Netscape or Opera or any other browser, you just have to minimize AOL and launch the other programs.
I'm a hardware tech, so I spend millions of hours on these types of problems!!
|By Jimmie Guinn on Monday, November 06, 2000 - 09:35 am:|
Anybody got anything to say about MSN as an ISP?
|By Gary Bucher on Saturday, November 04, 2000 - 10:51 pm:|
I can add another vote in favor of Earthlink (or MindSpring, Sprynet - they're all one and the same now). Plus I've used it with AOL in the past and found it to work quite well. And don't forget that once you have a "real" ISP, you can use AOL's Bring-Your-Own-ISP feature which gives you full, unlimited access to AOL, but for about half the price.
|By Ken Wolfe on Saturday, November 04, 2000 - 10:15 pm:|
I use Freelane by Excite, but it has a Banner you can move around. It's the only one that has'nt messed up my other ISP or crashed something, because it's a seperate Program, I'm told.
Be careful if you try an ISP and then Remove it. some can take nessesary files with them and your other ISP might not work. Hope I have'nt scared you. Ken W.
|By Carmen Lamb on Sunday, October 29, 2000 - 05:43 pm:|
I would like to add another ISP, but I'm not sure which of the free ones is best to try. Anyone know or has tried one of them? Thanks for a wonderful way to get my feet wet on this forum.
|By CJ on Sunday, October 29, 2000 - 05:41 pm:|
I am in California and I use Mindspring.They have merged with Earthlink.They are terrific and I wouldn't use anything else. Good luck CJ
|By sandy on Sunday, October 29, 2000 - 05:33 pm:|
I have Aol as an internet service provider
but it limits me in using outlook explorer.
Now I want to keep AOL as an ISP: why? because
I'm able to get on the net 99.9 % of the
But I also want to have another ISP so I
can use other programs: How do I set this
up and any recommendations for ISP's in
p.s: thanks for a wonderful board and being
so helpful...love it!
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