If you can't afford broadband, go back to dial-up Internet

Man surfs the web
Man surfs the web

As the national move to get everyone connected to high-speed broadband continues, people who can't afford the average monthly fee of $40 for such service may want to consider stepping back in time with dial-up Internet service.

The clicks and long buzzes of telephone connections being made over the Internet may remind you of simpler times, when cassette tapes were used to listen to music instead of an iPod, but they also mean much lower prices and can save hundreds of dollars. If retro is in, then dial-up Internet is waaaaay in.

It's slow, but isn't slow living making a comeback?