NetZero Moves Into The Broadband Market

United Online which owns NetZero and Juno will be offering a new service called NetZero DSL.  United Online’s move into broadband is yet another sign that dial-up Internet business is dying.  NetZero DSL will use networking infrastructure leased from Verizon Communications.  This new service will be sold within Verizon’s DSL service areas.  NetZero will be offering 768K per second download service for $14.95 for the first six months and after that jumps to $19.95.  In addition, NetZero will offer 1.5mb per second for $19.95 for the first six months and then the price jumps to $29.95.  Check out NetZero’s DSL web site for more information.

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One Comment on “NetZero Moves Into The Broadband Market”

  1. shop to net Says:

    nice..and more info,ok 🙂


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