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Subject:Re: Alternative to long Mails From:Jim Curran <jcurran -at- USR -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 18 Jul 1995 15:01:56 CST
If you just want Internet-related services, why not try an Internet Service
Provider? They usually offer rates for unlimited usage. I'm in the
Chicago area, and I use Interaccess, and pay $70 for three months of
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Subject: Re: Alternative to long Mails
Author: Arlen -dot- P -dot- Walker -at- JCI -dot- COM at Internet
Date: 07/18/95 02 52 PM
Arlen, you don't HAVE to read newsgroups online.
You're right, Win. I was thinking only of AOL, because most of the frustration
is coming from there. As you might expect, since AOL makes its money from
connect time charges, it doesn't have a DL facility (except for individual