Loc: Pacific NW, USA
We signed up about a month or so ago. 2 accounts. Rick wanted his own and I can always use it for overflow. Haha I only have 91 mb left.<br><br>Cheers, iRock<br>"Even though Mac Users may be only 10% of the market, always remember that we are the TOP 10%"<br>-Douglas Adams
Loc: North Carolina
Remember, I said I was easy. I would rather pay for .Mac instead of giving M$ or anything in that world a cent! Yes, I too will wait for MacWorld, it's the icing on the cake. Even though I have no idea how to bake a cake!<br><br>
Afraid .mac got the thumbs down from me .<br>I simply cannot afford it as is.<br>If Apple were to set up .mac.au,<br> then well yes I am sure I would consider it.. <br>if Apple actually provided me with a local call dialup number<br>then positively yes I would sign up.<br>@54 cents in the dollar that makes the price jump considerably for me.<br>add to that the extra cost of a dialup..ISP, then add to that the extra cost of additional overseas calls.<br>You will see why I had to say no.<br><br>
I agree Apple should offer a Dial up for that price. Plus atlease offer free e-mail to students.<br><br>Anyway I was hopeing for more of a Ala-Cart type of service Kinda like price single services at 5 bucks and you chose which one you need or want.<br><br>
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