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Short Take: Colorado ISP to offer flat-rate pricing

Colorado ISP Rocky Mountain Internet will begin offering unlimited dial-up access to its customers for $24.95 per month starting January 1. The service will debut in Pueblo, Denver, Boulder, and Longmont. The company estimates delivery of the service to other areas within a few months. New customers will have only two pricing options: unlimited for $24.95 or 10 hours per month for $14.95. The company also plans to offer support for 56Kflex-compatible modems.

    Colorado ISP Rocky Mountain Internet will begin offering unlimited dial-up access to its customers for $24.95 per month starting January 1. The service will debut in Pueblo, Denver, Boulder, and Longmont. The company estimates delivery of the service to other areas within a few months. New customers will have only two pricing options: unlimited for $24.95 or 10 hours per month for $14.95. The company also plans to offer support for 56Kflex-compatible modems.