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By pass busy signals - AOL clip - LJL. Craig Crossman Bypass busy signals and...
LJL. Craig Crossman Bypass busy signals and easily get on lines Question: I am one of those people who keeps getting a busy signal from America Online. I . heard there is a trick that lets you bypass those , annoying busy signals. Do you know what it is? - Answer: It's really not a trick. Just a lesser-known way to reach America Online. More -important, what I'm about to tejl you will open up a whole new way for you to telecompute. t But first to your problem, j Use an internet service provider. An ISP is a service that gives j your computer direct access to! the Internet -J Make sure your ISP has ' plenty of available phone lines and modems in its network. If not, dump it and get one that does. You don't want any more? busy signals. -There are several excellent ISPs in this area. 1 ' BellSouth offers its regional service, BellSouth .Net (httpvwww., 800-436-8638). Or if you want something even more local, check out Florida Internet in West Palm Beach (, 561-615-. 0001). Once you're set up, dial your nonbusy ISP as, ; though you were going to make an Internet connection. But instead of running an Internet browser, run the AOL software instead. Before clicking the "Sign on" button, you'll need to change the "Select location" from your current number (usually it says "Home") to "TCP Connection," and that's it! You're no longer using AOL's busy-signal laden network, and you should be able to sign on to AOL immediately! By the way, AOL offers a lower monthly rate ($9.95 per month) if you use an ISP to access them. That should help offset the $19.95 per month unlimited Internet access charge for the ISP. ; Now for the amazing bonus I promised when using this method: Did you know that most of the ;

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  1. The Palm Beach Post,
  2. 10 May 1997, Sat,
  3. Page 171

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