Everyone's Rushing The NetJohn W. Verity
If you're like most people who enjoy surfing the Internet and its World Wide Web, you're paying $15, $20, maybe even $50 per month to connect your personal computer to the Net over a phone line. By yearend, that may turn out to be $15, $20, or $50 too much. Executives who are privy to discussions at certain telecommunications carriers say that basic Internet service may, in the next few months, become gratis--a giveaway, perhaps only temporary, bundled with long-distance service.
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