dnyank1 wrote:We all know that most free ISP's stink, with high pings, and low speeds....
However, I have tried really hard to find some good ISP's and try them out,
So here they are...
Important quotes from site
Currently our commercial service area includes Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Southern Florida. This service is made possible due to excess capacity on our modem pools as well as to support internet community.
We have a few restrictions. First we blocked access to SMTP (Outgoing Mail Server) port, so you can not use your email client to send mail. We have also blocked port 119 for newsgroup access. This is because we don't want any spammers abusing our service.
How do I connect to FreeDialup?
Setup a dialup networking (DUN) to call one of our numbers. Use your phone number as your username and your password.
New Hampshire (Main Site):
Only in New England
High pings if You're not in the states listed.
sign up with a user name and password (thats it) Use something easy to type on DC...
Welcome to MetConnect, New York City's Free Internet Service Provider
* No burdensome advertising banners
* No privacy invading tracking software
* No mandatory links to be clicked
* No time limits
User name and Password are your DUN info.
ONLY IN NEW YORK
any username and password
Nothing else to put here besides their website sucks
CRAPLOAD of access numbers, way to many to put here
Ads when browsing web
Limited to 10 Hours a month without a special trick
# Free Internet Access - Surf the Web free for 10 hours a month*
# Reliable Connections - Thousands of access numbers nationwide*
Ok, so the trick for all you cheapskates is to do this -- put in your "dialing prefix" menu this number ( *67 ) the caller ID blocker.
Hope I could help everyone!
PS- Hey MODs? can I have a sticky? Pretty Please? Thanks!
RE- THANKS for the sticky!