Example sentences for: dial-up

How can you use “dial-up” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Also, the standard off-peak rate for local phone calls here is less than 2 U.S. cents per minute, which scarcely makes dial-up access to an ISP a "luxury."

  • It introduced its own version of AOL's instant-messenger software and said it will offer similar dial-up service for less or no money.

  • In the first place, getting service at the rate he quotes requires a dial-up phone line connection to an ISP for the upstream link (there is a much-higher-priced two-way service).

  • The WSJ reports that the war between No. 1 online service AOL and No. 1 software manufacturer Microsoft won't stop with the instant messaging tiff: Microsoft's next target is AOL's dial-up business itself, which MS is planning to address by offering low-price or even free access to the Internet.

  • This is because groups or individuals can attack remotely from anywhere in the world, over the Internet, other networks, or dial-up lines, and they can disguise their identity, location, and intent by launching attacks across a span of communications systems and computers.


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