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AOL getting on my nerves!


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Khadijahmalik

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:tazz: was just wondering if there is another internet provider through dial-up that you can pay through your satalite dish or telephone bill, besides AOL (not what it supose to be)if you don't have it don't get it!!!
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I don't know about paying through your phone bill, but PeoplePC will take money direct out of your savings or checking accoutn, instead of yusing a credit card. I was VERY happy with their services. Word of advice...do NOT waste your money getting the "PeoplePC Accelerated" service. It did NOT "speed up" my surfing at all, and it was a serious drain on my pc's resources.
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have you checked with your phone company?
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AOL claims to be a certain speed and then you run a lot of scans and checks on it and you'll find you are slower.
I use AOL but will be changing very shortly they are just absolutely rubbish.
I am on Broadband and supposed to be running 1MB but I am only running at 700KB it is just rubbish.
Now as for paying through your sattalite I don't know if that is possible but paying through your phone bill IS possible because AOL offer some sort of service like that but I think if you want to pay through your phone bill you have to use 'Pay as you go'
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