MSN Internet Access

MSN Internet Access

MSN Internet Access was Microsoft Windows' default ISP. MSN was provided by Bell Sympatico, and has been included in older Windows editions (9x, Me) to easily create and connect with dial-up or broadband using a modem.

MSN Internet Access is now dubbed as MSN 9 Dial-Up, which is still available to the public. Membership includes use of an exclusive MSN Browser, parental controls, McAfee firewall protection, and more.

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