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Advantages: Great service and easy surfing
Disadvantages: none (yet??)

...which the service provides, such as the on-line live help, message boards, several e-mail addresses, chat rooms, blogs, picture sharing and much much more. AOL also throw in a spy ware checker, a computer check up program and one click fixes to keep your PC in peak condition. With AOL 9 you are give McAfee personal firewall which will protect your PC from unwanted intruders. For a little extra per...

blissman70 22.03.2008 00:08 · Read review
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MAKE A DATE WITH AOL ............

Advantages: Unlimited 24/7 access, fast, no cut off period.
Disadvantages: Runs in it's own browser.

...that you can receive and send mail, chat and lots more without having to open any other programme if you wish. There are many excellent features available in the latest version AOL 7.0, some of which I will tell you about in this review. INSTALLATION ¤~¤~¤~¤~¤~¤~¤ Nearly everyone will at some point receive one or more, (usually more!!), AOL trial CD’s through their letterbox, and i...

Broksababie 14.03.2002 22:43 (15.03.2002 00:09) · Read review
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Are you an AOL virgin....

Advantages: Easy to use interface, many features
Disadvantages: Bad tech support, cyber idiots and occasionally bad Customer Services

...my way through such great versions as 2.5, 3.0, 4.0US, 4.0UK, 5.0, 6.0 and lastly 7.0). Why did I leave I hear you say? Well, a few reasons? I was hosting at the time on their shopping channel (Yes I was the official shopping host on AOL ? UKHostSale although I am guessing you haven?t heard of me ) and due to differences I?d had enough, I wasn?t going to pay £15.99 for 56k dialup access (M...

Miss_BooBookitty 02.01.2003 02:34 · Read review
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