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A Dial-Up connection refers to a connection to the Internet or to a private network or intranet using a device that uses the telephone network. Dial-Up connections include modems with a standard phone line, ISDN cards with high-speed ISDN lines, or X.25 networks.

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ADSL, Broadband, Computer, ISDN, Wireless

Internet Explorer - Ubiquitous Web Browser from Microsoft.

Mozilla - Free Open Source Web Browser.

Opera - Free Web Browser with database email capabilities.

Netscape - Alternative Browser.

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