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Netcom Targets Consumers for Net Access

Netcom On-Line today announced that it will offer 30 hours of Internet access using ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) for $29.95. Each additional hour will cost $3.

Netcom On-Line is entering the race to link consumers to the Internet. The San Jose, California-based company today announced that it will offer 30 hours of Net access using ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) to San Francisco Bay Area customers for $29.95 a month. Additional time will be $3 an hour.

A Netcom ISDN account will allow individuals and businesses to access the Net at speeds up to 128 kbps, according to officials.

The service will begin in the San Francisco Bay Area and will go national throughout 1996.