On June 30, 2000, Worldspy ended their service. Worldspy was formerly
our highest rated free ISP. Our review of their service is below. Visit
the Message Boards or
our article about Worldspy
for more information.
Verson 1.0 of Worldspy's software was an 8MB download,
which was much larger than any other free ISP. The software also seemed
very buggy and difficult to use. The new version weighs in at a trim 1.3MB
download, and is much quicker and easier to use than the... (continued...)
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We always recommend to all free ISP users that they sign-up for at least
one backup, in case of busy signals or network slowdowns. Since some free
ISP's share phone numbers, we recommend picking a backup ISP that uses
a different phone network. The services below all have dialup phone numbers
different from Worldspy. See the reviews by clicking on the service name
below for more information.
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