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Michael Miller
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When making some hardware purchases last year I impulsively signed up for MSN to get the 400 dollars of credit.
Now I am making the switch from Windows to Linux. What internet service should I use? Is there a way to run MSN access from Linux.
Surprise, surpise, MSN's website doesn't mention anything about it.....
 
Frank Carver
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I think you'll need to tell us where you are located to get a sensible answer to this. We don't even know which country you are in, let alone where within the country.
I'm in England, and I get my net access from NTL, for a flat rate of �9.25 per month for two phone lines and unlimited internet access. You do need to be in an area which has been cabled by one of NTL's affiliate companies, though.
 
Michael Miller
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I'm in the US, Indiana.
 
Amit Chitre
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This might be a little late for you, since its more than a month that you posted your query... but just an FYI..
I'm using Linux and I had to terminate AOL as it did not provide Linux support. I'm happily using AT&T Worldnet as my ISP. Also, any Broadband/DSL will also work with Linux. Thanks.
 
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