free Internet service

free Internet service

An ISP that provides access to the Internet without charge to the user. The service is supported by advertising which appears on a special version of the user's browser and cannot be eliminated. NetZero (www.netzero.net) is an example of an Internet service provider that offers a free (albeit limited) option to the marketplace.
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NNA - 20/9/2012 - Minister of Telecommunications, Nicolas Sehnaoui, launched Thursday the free Internet service in Jesuit Park in Rmeil, in presence of Father Jean-Paul Abu Ghazala representing Beirut Maronite Archbishop Boulos Matar, Head of Lebanese Banks Association Joseph Torbey, Beirut Governor Nassif Qaloush, Alfa chairman Marwan Hayek, and a panel of dignitaries.
Autonet Mobile, an Internet service provider for cars, announced on Thursday (20 November) special holiday pricing for the unit and for three months of free Internet service.
After an onslaught of free Internet service providers (ISPs), those left standing have turned to charging their customers.
of Sunnyvale, the behind-the-scenes provider for free Internet service from Yahoo Inc.
Overall Internet subscribers (fee-based dial-up and residential broadband access, and free Internet service providers).
provider to develop free Internet service in the Asia-Pacific region, Singapore Telecom (SingTel) said Monday.
We believe that providing free Internet service extends this sharing and opens the festival to a broader audience throughout the world.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-20 October 2000-Tailored messaging technology to support NextCall free Internet service (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
But Loureiro was quickly scooped up by StarMedia, where he directed the launch of free Internet service provider Gratis1 in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.
has bought a 10 percent stake in free Internet service provider NetZero Inc.
We believe that providing free Internet service extends this tradition and opens the fair to others wherever they may be.
Brazil, Latin America's largest Internet market, has become the testing ground for FREE INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS.