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The article America Online while you can by Bob Woods is all about the hoopla concerning the fact that America Online or AOL has not been able to accommodate its vast amount of customers This is due to AOLs new flat rate which substituted their original hourly deal Many AOL users experience busy signals when trying to log on When and if they do get on AOL the service runs extremely slow because of the overload of users Woods threatens that AOL will lose many of their customers if they dont improve their resources Other companies should beef-up their advertising and try to cash in by targeting the unsatisfied AOL users In this day and age of internet use people in any given location can choose from at least fifteen national companies such as sprintlink compuserve ameritech erols and so on Using these services are less expensive than America Online Per month for unlimited use they average at around 10 to 15 dollars as opposed to AOLs hefty 1995 a month AOLers are paying for the appealing menus graphics and services AOL uses to drive their customers to the internet These same features can be located anywhere else on the net with the aid of any search device such as infoseek yahoo microsoft network or web- crawler These sites are no harder to use and they provide lots of helpful menus and information In Woods article he states that he lives in Chicago and AOL has several different access numbers to try if one is busy He writes that often when he has tried to log on using all of the available numbers and has still been unsuccessful This is a problem for him because he is dependent on AOL to do the daily grind of his job as a reporter and PM managing editor If I was not satisfied with the performance of my internet provider which
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