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Because digerati say the cutest things.

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FREE INTERNET SERVICE

AltaVista FreeAccess

The first significant player in the United States to embrace the free ISP concept, AltaVista has already had tremendous success attracting consumers, reportedly prompting other big name players like Microsoft and Yahoo to consider making similar moves.

Critics moan about being forced to view banner advertising in a special browser window.

AltaVista counters that at least the window is moveable.

Users who sign up with the service can continue using the Internet as long the controversial advertising window remains open. If the window is closed, the connection is automatically disconnected.

Seems to us that this is pretty good deal, considering the price. Nationwide access throughout the United States - decent tech support. Could be better. Definitely could be a whole lot worse.

FreeAccess accounts include web-based e-mail but unfortunately no newsgroup access.

Don't be surprised if big name other companies jump into the free ISP game. The strategy has helped AltaVista quickly make up ground it had lost in the Nielson NetRatings.

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