Dial-Up Internet

Internet access the way it's supposed to be: convenient, easy, and affordable.

Dial-Up Plans & Pricing


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  • 35 hours of access per month.
    Additional time is billed at $0.50 an hour.
    Unused time does not carry over to the next month.
  • Up to 56 Kbps
  • Propel Accelerator Included
  • Ideal for:


  • $9.95

    Per Month
  • $99.50 Per Year

Add-On Services

E-Mail Hosting
Add an e-mail box for $2.95 a month, $29.50 a year, or $44.50 a year including domain registration.

Web Hosting
Add web hosting for $6.49 a month, $64.90 a year, or $79.90 a year including domain registration.

Access Numbers

To see if we have local dial-up service in your area, please enter the three-digit area code of the phone number associated with the phone line you will use to access the Internet.

Area Code

WARNING: The use of some of the following telephone numbers may result in long distance charges. In selecting your access number(s), please note that although an access number may be in your area code or located in your general geographic region, it may not necessarily be a local number for you. You may incur substantial telephone charges if you choose access numbers that are not covered by your local calling plan. We urge you to check with your telephone company to find out which numbers are local for you before using a number from this list.

System Requirements

  • Windows XP or Later
  • Modem
  • Phone Line
  • OS X 10.2 or later
  • Modem
  • Phone Line

Frequently Asked Questions

Dial-Up is a method of connecting your computer to the Internet using a modem and a phone line.

A modem is an electronic device that converts digital data from a computer into a form suitable for transmission over telephone lines, and incoming signals from the telephone line into a form that can be recognized by the computer. Modems are available as external devices and as internal cards.

You'll need a web browser, an e-mail program, and an Internet dialer. Computers meeting our minimum system requirements come with this software pre-loaded. Our technical support can walk you through setting this software up over the phone, getting you on-line in minutes.

If you are purchasing a new modem, we recommend a V.92 56K modem. Most computer retail outlets sell modems of this type.

Propel Accelerator is a service that increases web and e-mail downloads. It works by compressing web pages and e-mails before sending them to your modem. The result is an increase in speed of up to 500%.

You can download Propel Accelerator from our web site. After connecting to the Internet, go here. Propel Accelerator is also on our setup CD-ROM.

All dial-up plans have an idle timeout of 20 minutes and a session limit of 8 hours. This means that if your connection goes unused for 20 minutes or stays connected for 8 hours in a row, we will disconnect you automatically. You can immediately reconnect after being disconnected.

Our Flat-Rate, Dual-Channel, and LAN-On-Demand ISDN plans have an excessive usage limit. If you are on one of these plans, you will never pay more than the flat-rate you have agreed to. However, these plans cannot be used to access the Internet 24 hours a day. We define excessive use as six times the average. If the average use of our Flat-Rate accounts over a month is 60 hours, then the excessive use limit is 360 hours. That's 12 hours a day -- a lot of use. If you must be connected to the Internet 24 hours a day, we have a Dedicated access plan available for that purpose at a slightly higher charge.

Complete details on plan limits are in our Terms of Service.

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