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free ISP ?


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Buccaneer

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I recently moved to a rural location in VA, and was forced to go with a wireless internet connection. Its super fast, and I love it. I then cancelled my ATT dialup connection that I used while living near Chicago.

My question is this: I occasionally [like 3 weeks a year] travel. Is there a free ISP out there that I can use out on the road when I staying with relatives like my Mom that have NO internet service at all ?? Im also planning on going to Vegas for a trade show and noticed that most hotels do not have wireless, which in this day and age seems a bit odd, but I guess theyd rather have you gambling or drinking.

Has anyone had any experience with Net Zeros FREE service ?? Or know of any other FREE service I could use for a few hours a week ??

Thanks in advance !!
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I dont think that it is possible you have to pay
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free netzero dialup? its fine. they set a quota though so just dont be on for ages. very reliable. My parents were on it for years before they discovered that there's such a thing as dsl :tazz:
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