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Your Internet connection can be dial-up, Cable or DSL. Dial-up is cheaper (less than $10/month) but much slower than the latter two. Therefore, you might want to either get a Cable or DSL connection. However, the newest technologies make today’s dial-up connection much faster than before and it may also be the choice for those who have limited budget.

Some may ask about the difference between Cable and DSL connections. Typically, you pay a little less for cable. You get it quicker, and there is less that could go wrong. Also, the cable companies that I've dealt with seem to have competent support service. You may wait a while on hold to talk to someone, but your problems can usually be fixed in one call. With DSL, you're usually getting service through your phone company and they have tier level customer support. You may talk to several different people and have to make multiple phone calls to get any problems solved.

As long as it is working, you'd be happy with either service.

Here are our recommended Internet Service Providers. The prices may not be the same as noted below.
 

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EarthLink
Visit the EarthLink web site
     
EarthLink Internet Service
  • Dial-up: $10.95/mo (first 6 months, $21.95/mo afterwards)
    Cable: $19.95/mo (first 3 months, $41.95/mo afterwards)
    DSL: $19.95/mo (first 2 months, $39.95/mo afterwards)

 

 

Visit the EarthLink web site

 

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NetZero
Visit the NetZero web site
     
NetZero Internet Service
  • Dial-up: $9.95/mo
                  $14.95/mo (faster)

 

 

Visit the NetZero web site

 

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Netscape Internet Service
Visit the Netscape Internet Service web site
     
Netscape Internet Service
  • Dial-up: $9.95/mo
                  $14.95/mo (faster)

 

 

Visit the Netscape Internet Service web site

 

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Juno
Visit the Juno web site
     
  • Dial-up: $6.95/mo (30% off, first 12 months)
                  $9.95/mo (30% off, faster)

 

 

Visit the Juno web site

 

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PeoplePC Online
Visit the PeoplePC Online web site
     
  • Dial-up: $5.47/mo (first 3 months, $10.95/mo afterwards)
                  $7.97/mo (first 3 months, $15.95/mo afterwards, faster)

 

 

Visit the PeoplePC Online web site

 

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