What is Dial-up Internet Service?
Our Dial-up Internet Service (formerly Full Internet Service) uses PPP to connect your PC directly to the Internet. You can use popular programs such as Mozilla's Firefox (web browser), Mozilla's Thunderbird (email client), Microsoft's Internet Explorer (web browser), or Microsoft's Outlook Express (email client), etc. These programs give you access to the rich graphics and content of web pages, email and news.
We recommend this service to those running a an Intel® Pentium® and later computers with Windows 98 and later. A 28.8K modem (or better) is recommended.
How much does it cost?
SVPAL's Dial-up Internet service is only $65/year. This is about $5.41/month, less than 1/2 the price of other Intenet access services.
How to Subscribe
After we process your subscription, you will receive a package in the mail describing how to get started. Please allow a week for us to process your order.
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Last Updated: Wednesday April 17, 2013