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Re: internet

In a message dated 11/2/98 3:07:15 PM Eastern Standard Time,
da1olam@atlas.moa.net writes:

<< Pretty slick I must say. >>

So Dan...Tell me.. 'er, us'ens - How much more does this new "slick service"
cost and what additional equipment do you need on  your computer?  At what
baud rate does it operate?  Does it use your current modem?     And, most
importantly, do all of the internet providers have this capability?

Thanks - Ronnie
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