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AOL raises fees; who's next?

EarthLink and other competing Internet service providers are expected to follow suit. Will higher prices kill the growth of broadband services?

EarthLink and other competing Internet service providers are expected to follow suit. Will higher prices kill the growth of broadband services? Analysts: Rates could push surfers away
Higher Internet access prices could cut into online usage at a time when the U.S. market is nearing saturation, according to Net analysts.
May 22, 2001 
ISPs wary of following AOL's footsteps
Analysts predict copycat price hikes will quickly follow America Online's rate increase, although Internet service providers reacted cautiously to the news.
May 22, 2001 
AOL raises subscription rate
update The Internet giant says it is hiking the rate for its monthly unlimited-use plan by $1.95, to $23.90, beginning in July.
May 22, 2001 
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Broadband Net rates continue to climb
Local phone providers Verizon Communications and BellSouth join the parade of high-speed ISPs that have raised rates in recent months.
May 3, 2001 
AT&T hikes cable access rates
As first reported by CNET News.com, AT&T Broadband will increase its high-speed Net access rates next month to $45.95 for most of its nearly 1.3 million customers.
May 1, 2001