Advice needed urgently

New email supplier needed

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16/05/2003 at 08:30
would touch AOhell with a stick, I signed up for the "free" trail and when it finished they started billing me , ecven though I only used the account once. Fisrt month , rang to cancel. It was cancelled. Next month I got charged, cancelled again

etc etc etc . Finally got it stopped at my credit card account ,

So then compuserve started charging me . For all I know they may still be charging me , it was about this time I took the scissors to my plastic
16/05/2003 at 08:32
that's what I'd heard..

so who can I trust to provide a good service and not arse me around?
16/05/2003 at 08:36
I signed up for

Its an 0845 number , so its 1p local call

IMHO if everyone sigsn up for the advertised ones , ie AOL BTOpenworld freeserve etc then eventually you have a bottleneck. My sister in law has BT and at peak times its dead slow .

Do a Google for free isps in the uk and find the one that offers the most

Its a lottery

16/05/2003 at 09:29

anyone using yahoo?
16/05/2003 at 10:01
i use

used to be free, but pop-up ads were a mare so they started charging 24 quid a year. It's good though 10Mb for mail, 5Mb for attachments. and you get to make up up to 20 addresses - like all these:

give it a try. I find it really useful, pretty reliable and not flooded with spam either. (Altho having posted all those addys I'm sure that will change!)

cheers n mailing beers


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