Top Dial-up Internet Service Providers

The best dial-up Internet service providers based on price, availability, features and support.
The Top Ten
1 Northern Telephone
2 America Online

I have always loved America Online, they taught me a lot about the internet.

3 EarthLink

it is ok


Service provides in rural areas also

5 Compass

It's so cool hardly ever breaks down the best among All of these in my opinion

6 Windstream
7 Toast

We live out in the country in Arkansas where the only internet access is either satellite, which we have heard is "iffy" as in, when your connected, it's good, but not great, plus the two year contract your forced to sign up with when choosing satellite services. Instead, we opted for dial-up and have been using Toast net off and on for the past ten years. It's reliable. We do software updates with no problems as long as we use a resumble download manager, As with any dial up service, large files over 40mb may take more than four to five hours at a time. Our landline is nearly forty bucks a month, so one has to figure this fee into the total cost of dial-up service, which would be fifty bucks a month if you include the cost of the internet provider's monthly fee. One good thing is you can pay monthly, so no contract, and it is not a problem to cancel if you have to.

8 Sinterix
9 Fawri
10 Vodafone
The Contenders
11 Orcon

The best out of all these ones I swear made by kim Dotcom himself

12 Sky
13 AT&T Digital Life AT&T Digital Life, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is the maker of wireless home security systems with burglary and fire monitoring for homes, apartments and small businesses in the United States.
14 Slingshot
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