All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Dial-Up’

Ambient Dial-Up Modem Music Is Terrifying, Awesome

The internet loves to slow stuff down. Sure, people have been speeding up songs for years, and yes the chipmunked versions of songs are quite funny (for 30 seconds). But the real beauty of messing with a track’s length comes when you slow it down to super slow speeds. Five minute tracks become hour long epics, and total crap can …

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AOL Spin-Off Gets Approval

Not so much a revelation, but more of tying-up a loose end. As expected, Time Warner’s board of directors have approved the spin-off of AOL–sans the dial-up division.

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PeoplePC Offers Low Cost Internet Service

PeoplePC, a provider of low cost Internet service and a subsidiary of EarthLink, has introduced "Connect for Less," an economy Internet access service aimed at helping users save money.

PeoplePC says its Connect for Less service is available for $7.95 a month or about 25 cents per day and it offers unlimited dial-up Internet access at 20 percent less than it competitors.

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Time Warner Hanging Up AOL Dial-Up

The dial-up access service provided by AOL received a farewell from Time Warner, as the company announced plans to spin it into a separate company.

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Dial-Up Users Happier Than Broadband Users

High-speed Internet service continues to attract new subscribers, but satisfaction measurement for high-speed customers indicates that service providers are not making significant progress in producing loyal customers, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2007 Internet Service Provider Residential (ISP) customer Satisfaction study out today.

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