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In 1998, NetZero became the first ISP to offer free dial-up Internet access; 14 years later it’s doing the same thing except with a differen…

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In 1998, NetZero became the first ISP to offer free dial-up Internet access; 14 years later it’s doing the same thing except with a different access technology: Mobile broadband. On Monday, NetZero revealed its plans to become a virtual 4G service provider, reselling – or in many cases, giving away – Clearwire’s WiMAX bandwidth.

By Kevin Fitchard

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