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elst5523183
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Remote Dial-Up Internet

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hi,

what's remote dial-up internet? it shows on my bill and charge for $9.99. how can i cancel it?

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#1 What is it. It allows you to access the net, if the DSL connection goes down (provided that you still have dial tone).

 

#2 How to cancel it. I am not sure, but I would think you need to contact Verizon.

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Hubrisnxs
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@elst5523183 wrote:

hi,

what's remote dial-up internet? it shows on my bill and charge for $9.99. how can i cancel it?


remote dial up internet, is old traditional internet where you use a 56 k modem. and you can dial up from anywhere that you are at to get email and view webpages.

 

you would have to call into verizon to have it cancelled.   8005676789 

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You did not indicate if you also have landline phone service from Verizon with your DSL.

 

If you have Verizon phone service (Also), that remote dial-up internet access is supposed to be FREE!

 

It is included as part of the partner bundle Yahoo/Verizon as a perk.

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