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July 2nd, 1999

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[4:41 PM]
Mac-only ISP Now Available throughout Entire US and Canada
The MacRevolution today announced support for the entire continental United States and Canada, and extends a special offer to MUG members. According to The MacRevolution:

Today The MacRevolution sets a major milestone in it's path to becoming the biggest and best Macintosh only ISP. Today Macrevolution announces service to 48 States and all major cities in Canada. The Revolution is rising and we wanna see all active Apple User Group members rise with us. All MUG members that sign up in the month of July will receive a discounted rate of only $16.99 per month! Thats right, Unlimited Internet Access, 24 hour Macintosh Tech Support 3 e-mail addresses, 15MB of personal homepage space, 51,000+ Newsgroups, a free issue of The iMac Buyers guide from the MacHome Journal, and a 60 day trial to BackJack Online BackUp Services all for $16.99.

You can sign-up online with subscriptions for non-MUG members starting at just US$18.99 per month.

The Mac Observer Spin: This is amazing! Just two weeks ago, The MacRevolution opened their doors as a Mac-only ISP based out of California. Now they're nationwide, which is a great sign as to the health of the Mac market.

The MacRevolution



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