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April 2008



Free Dialup Internet Access

I know, I know. Who still uses dialup? But sometimes very slow internet is better than none, especially if it’s free!

Netzero offers 10 free hours of dialup here

To get a list of access numbers check here


Comment from RiSE
Posted: April 30, 2008 at 1:29 pm

10 hours of internet would only last me about 15 minutes!

Comment from Hakushaku
Posted: May 1, 2008 at 8:44 am

Oh come now, Ms. Bot. 10 “Trial” hours free? You know how this scam works. Let me guess, they need your credit card number for verification, then once they have their tentacles on you, good luck trying to cancel after your ten hours. (and I bet they round to the nearest…..10 hours).

The cancelation process usually goes something like this: they will force you to call 3 different call centers in mumbai, bangalore, and uttar pradesh to speak to no less than a dozen fine Urdu gentlemen, who will each do their utmost to earn their 11 rupees by confusing, beguiling, and apologizing their way into making you hang up and being stuck with your Netzero bill, which is more accurately called Nettenninetyfive.

Whats next, you gonna post how I can make thousands of dollars in cash money right now from my own home, just buy ordering your free book and CD?

Comment from Bob
Posted: February 6, 2009 at 7:33 am

Believe it when I say that Dial In Free ( is the real deal. I was a little skeptical at first, wondering what strings were attached. The only real “string” is that if you need technical support, there is a five dollar charge. However, the setup is so simple that unless you really don’t know what you’re doing, you’ll never encounter a charge. All you need to do is get your local number, create a dialer, and boom, free internet. The only drawback is, Dial in Free is only available in the 231, 616, and 269 area codes.