NetZero was one of the first free internet access
services to make it big. They're the first to have any type
of success with the idea of giving access away.
NetZero's software was built using Java, and can sometimes
be slow or nonresponsive. However, it's rare to get a busy
signal when trying to connect to NetZero, and once connected,
the service is usually very speedy. If you've got a fast computer
without existing software conflicts or Windows problems, NetZero
may be the one for you. However, if your computer crashes
frequently, it might be a good idea to look elsewhere.
The service includes the regular ad window present in most
other free ISP's, and NetZero also shows you an advertisement
when you disconnect.
Unlike most other services, NetZero does not require that
you have Internet Explorer installed.
NetZero also requires a great deal of personal data to signup.
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