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From the FireceWireless website: NetZero to ditch Verizon in favor of Sprint:

 

http://www.fiercewireless.com/story/netzero-ditches-verizon-contract-will-launch-sprints-cdma-network/2014-01-15?utm_medium=nl&utm_source=internal

 

Data Plans:

 

The no-contract NetZero Sprint 3G plans break down as follows:

  • Free: No monthly fees, data allotment of 200 MB per billing cycle. Free plan limited to 12 months only.
  • Basic: $9.95 per month, 500 MB per billing cycle.
  • Plus: $19.95 per month, 1 GB per billing cycle.
  • Pro: $34.95 per month, 2 GB per billing cycle.
  • Platinum: $49.95 per month, 4 GB per billing cycle.
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Netzero still exists? Wow

 

 

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I was thinking the same thing...

 

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I remember when I was in middle school I used to use Netzero dialup and piggyback AOL over TCP/IP so I could message friends during school before cellphones were more than a backpack you'd have to wear and text messaging was even a concept. It was pretty awesome back then. Free Internet, all you had to do is bare with the ads that slowed your Pentium 90 to a grinding hault.

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I remember when I was in middle school I used to use Netzero dialup and piggyback AOL over TCP/IP so I could message friends during school before cellphones were more than a backpack you'd have to wear and text messaging was even a concept. It was pretty awesome back then. Free Internet, all you had to do is bare with the ads that slowed your Pentium 90 to a grinding hault.

I ran mIRC with netzero, oh the days of sitting up all night on irc.

 

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Sprint is net losing subscribers. MVNO's aren't hurting the network. The issues here are much bigger than MVNO's.

 

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At least its not LTE though they dont need anymore MVNO's they have like a million

Sprint is net losing subscribers. MVNO's aren't hurting the network. The issues here are much bigger than MVNO's.

 

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I remember when I was in middle school I used to use Netzero dialup and piggyback AOL over TCP/IP so I could message friends during school before cellphones were more than a backpack you'd have to wear and text messaging was even a concept. It was pretty awesome back then. Free Internet, all you had to do is bare with the ads that slowed your Pentium 90 to a grinding hault.

 

I remember when NetZero had the toolbar that you could "bypass".

 

The good ol' days of dial up internet, before I finally got DSL.

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