How do I go about choosing a dial-up provider?
Thursday, June 11th, 2009
How to choose a dial-up Internet service provider
When selecting a dial-up ISP (Internet service provider), you will need to ask a series of questions to determine which ISP is right for you.
- How long has the company been in business?
- Do they offer software upgrades periodically?
- How much is the monthly rate?
- Are you under contract for a specific period of time?
- Can the ISP increase the rate whenever they want?
- Is there a limit to the number of hours you can be online without additional charges?
- Do they have a toll-free number for connection?
- If not, do they have a local number that will not cost you any additional charges?
- Do they offer free email addresses with the account?
- Do they offer SPAM blocker or virus protection?
Once you have decided on an dial up provider, read the contract and paperwork very carefully for any hidden charges and limitations.
One Response to “How do I go about choosing a dial-up provider?”
basicisp.net same as copper.net is the best isp internet sevice provider esp. for email i was with them for 3 years left cus windstream will not let basicisp.net provide me with dsl speed if it was not need for dsl i would still be with basicisp.net if i could i would switch to their dsl . i am not connected to basic or copper.netDecember 20th, 2009 at 6:39 pm
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