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At 02:26 PM 1/6/99 +0000, Wandered Inn wrote:
>Thanks to Jim Kinney's recent post, I thought I should add a bit
>regarding the ISDN service offered by Atlnet.  The $25 for 100 ISDN
>hours is a single channel.  They measure it by the channel, so you could
>connect via 128k for 50 hours for the same price.  They also have an
>option of 200 hours for $40 which also includes the 100 hours analog. 
>If you go the 200 hours, it also translates to 100 hours of 128k.  Like
>I said, it's the best ISDN deal I've found.

        Just as another note on what ISP's in Atlanta Support ISDN:

128k ISDN, Unlimited -- $35/month  (No startup fee)  http://www.inetnow.net
Internet Now! -- 770-389-7200
Note: I have been using Inetnow for over 3 years now, and have had OUTSTANDING
service from them.  They are friendly, helpful, and have been what I always
wanted in an ISP.

128k ISDN, Unlimited - $40/month ($40 startup fee) http://www.gte.net
GTE Internet Technologies  (Don't have their number handy)
Note: I've never used GTE myself, so I can't make a recommendation for them. 
However, GTE has a good rep in the business for reliable service.

Hope these help.

Cheers!
Jay 
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<html><div>At 02:26 PM 1/6/99 +0000, Wandered Inn wrote:</div>
<div>>Thanks to Jim Kinney's recent post, I thought I should add a
bit</div>
<div>>regarding the ISDN service offered by Atlnet.  The $25 for
100 ISDN</div>
<div>>hours is a single channel.  They measure it by the channel,
so you could</div>
<div>>connect via 128k for 50 hours for the same price.  They
also have an</div>
<div>>option of 200 hours for $40 which also includes the 100 hours
analog. </div>
<div>>If you go the 200 hours, it also translates to 100 hours of
128k.  Like</div>
<div>>I said, it's the best ISDN deal I've found.</div>
<br>
<div><x-tab>        </x-tab>Just
as another note on what ISP's in Atlanta Support ISDN:</div>
<br>
<div>128k ISDN, Unlimited -- $35/month  (No startup fee) 
http://www.inetnow.net</div>
<div>Internet Now! -- 770-389-7200</div>
<div>Note: I have been using Inetnow for over 3 years now, and have had
OUTSTANDING service from them.  They are friendly, helpful, and have
been what I always wanted in an ISP.</div>
<br>
<div>128k ISDN, Unlimited - $40/month ($40 startup fee)
http://www.gte.net</div>
<div>GTE Internet Technologies  (Don't have their number
handy)</div>
<div>Note: I've never used GTE myself, so I can't make a recommendation
for them.  However, GTE has a good rep in the business for reliable
service.</div>
<br>
<div>Hope these help.</div>
<br>
<div>Cheers!</div>
Jay
<br>

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: &quot;So what is it this time, Mr.<br>
Owner/GKE of NERO-Atlanta       : 
Bester?  Hunting out Freedom<br>
(770) 650-0410 
(voice)         : 
Fighters?  Pulling the wings<br>
(770) 902-3049 
(pager)         :  off
flies?  Annexing the<br>
horus at larp.com                 
:  Sudetenland?&quot;<br>
kateth at bck.org                 
: <x-tab>      </x-tab>-- Security Chief
Zach Allen<br>
MTBI Survey says: 
ENXJ         :
<x-tab>      </x-tab><x-tab>        </x-tab>from
Babylon 5<br>
      Check out my home page at: 
http://www.photobooks.com/~horus/<br>
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