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(LA Times)   3% of Americans still use dial-up Internet service. Apparently if AOL was good enough back in 1998, why change now?   (latimes.com) divider line 53
    More: Strange, dial-up Internet, Pew Research Center, internet, Americans, internet service  
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2013-09-06 12:53:29 AM  
farking Tampa!

One of the first markets for Roadrunner and FiOS.

Yeah.
 
2013-09-06 12:55:55 AM  
www.speedtest.net
I can live with that for a residential account.
 
2013-09-06 12:59:05 AM  
My wife's parents (ages 78 and 81) still have aol dialup. They live on a small income and broadband is just more expensive. But as she only checks email occasionally, which is mostly either spam or teabagger derp emails from even older relatives, they just don't care that much.

It's just insane that broadband costs more than dial up-even the cheapest broadband tier available here.
 
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