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What is the modem number for internet on a Mac?



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It does not really matter what kind of computer you are using -- just that you are using a modem and therefore communicating over a telephone line. You will have to locate a service provider. Most likely a commercial provider. Pick up any computer magazine and I am sure you will find several advertisements about their services.

Gregory R Bradburn


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