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BlueLight.com: Did someone say K-Mart? You'd be right on with this free dial up service offered from Yahoo and K-mart combined. The registration process is pretty painful as they ask for a lot of personal information. Your surfing patterns are tracked and shared with third parties. The banner on your screen measures 486x86 pixels. The download is large at 3.51 MB but if you don't want to wait you can fill out a form on website and you'll be sent a CD.
NetZero.com: With claims of over 4 million registered users, NetZero must be doing something right. Registration requires a lot of information and download is large at 4.76 MB. The banner on your screen will be 800x88 pixels and you'll be forced to click on it from time to time or face disconnection. Like most other free services they track your surfing patterns and share them with third parties. They also offer free email accounts and customer support.
There are many free dial-up options to choose from. If you don't like ones presented here, go to http://www.nzlist.org/user/freeisp for even more choices.
Whoever coined phrase "you don't get nothing for free" obviously never knew about free Internet access. As long as you don't mind giving up some of your personal information and viewing banner ads, free dial up is not such a bad deal. Even if you decide to keep your paid ISP, a free dial-up account can come in handy as a backup should your ISP ever go down.
Free Internet access can save you a lot of money, so what are you waiting for? Take money you'll save and buy your honey something nice to help make up for all that time you spend online and if that doesn't work you can always save up for a good divorce attorney.
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