Netzero Highspeed Internet

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by TKOtrader, Aug 6, 2003.

  1. does anyone use netzero highspeed or has anyone tried it ?

    i have a computer away from my regular home that i am on about 2-3 days out the week. i am wondering if netzero is reliable-- they offer netzero highspeed internet for $15 a month.
    which is super cheap, but i'm not sure what they consider highspeed.
  2. monkey


    If you are looking for a cheap, reliable dial-up ISP look at

    I use them as my backup and from my laptop when I'm in hotels, etc. I recall doing quite a bit of research before choosing them.

    Good luck.
  3. iqfeed

    iqfeed DTN

    Their high speed service is a client and server software system which compresses images when browsing the web. It doesn't provide a "faster connection". Thus, it will only make websites load a bit faster because it compresses the webpages before transmitting them. The image quality will be reduced as well depending upon the settings you choose.

    Jay Froscheiser
    DTN Market Access, LLC.
  4. opm8


    If you're gonna go the dial-up route, get a subscription. It's $9.88/month, truly unlimited usage (have it on 24 hrs/day if you want) and the first 3 months are free. It's only available in 20 states right now but mine's there so I'm a happy user.

  5. i hope fry's internet is as friendly and reliable as their store's customer reps. :D
  6. The concept of using a cheap internet service is very scary ...

  7. yes, but it would only be for a computer that i am on thursday nights and fridays. so only one trading day
  8. Dangerous ...
  9. ykorn


    what about for backup purposes?
  10. that is different ...
    #10     Aug 6, 2003