|reply to orion940 |
Re: AOL could make a comeback
That's so funny you say that, had same thing happen to me. An X G/F's Mom said to me, How do you change the Credit Card AOL charges to, I want to put it on a Different Card. I said I thought you had Fios from Verizon, She said I do. I said well then you don't need to Pay AOL for anything anymore. she had Fios for 2 years and was still paying AOL $20 bucks a month.
ilikemeI live in a van down by the river.Premium
Sugar Land, TX
Same thing happened to me when working on my friends moms computer. She said she was having problems getting AOL to work and was annoyed because she was still paying ~$20/month for it just to keep her e-mail address. I knew they use Comcast for their internet and told her AOL had been free if she just wanted the e-mail for at least 3 years (at the time) and she was shocked. I fixed the problem she was having and she switched to the free plan.
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|reply to mikesterr |
All 3 million customers they have, probably dont need it. They probably have like 10,000 people actually using the dialup service. Hysterical.