Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Dial-up preferred

There's been a rash of articles lately in various publications noting that people are not forsaking dial-up internet connections as soon as had been predicted. One article noted that, when people have access to broadband at work, they're satisfied to have dial-up at home. In some parts of the country dial-up is the only option. And then there's the expense. Even when the divergence in costs isn't that great, the broadband is bundled with other services, such as cable TV, that not everyone wants and that make the entire package not inexpensive. Cheapness and simplicity make it work here at home for us. Apart from those who have nothing to do with WindowsWorld, astonishing numbers of people run on Win95.


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