LISCO provides Dial-Up Internet service in over a hundred communities throughout Southeast Iowa. If you can make a local call to one of the numbers listed below, then LISCO service is available in your area.
All of LISCO’s dialup plans feature:
- No activation fees
- Free email with free spam and virus protection
- Free 24/7 tech support
LISCO’s Local Dial-up Access Numbers
Burlington – 319-237-0100
Douds – 641-693-8009
Eddyville – 641-969-4391
Fairfield – 641-470-3000
Fort Madison – 319-316-0100
Keokuk – 319-313-0100
Knoxville – 641-842-7400
Mount Pleasant – 319-385-2256
Oskaloosa – 641-672-2850
Ottumwa – 641-682-0232
Packwood – 319-695-3022
Pella – 641-628-7200
Sigourney – 641-622-3948
LiscoJet is a program you would download and install to your computer that assists with speeding up your browsing. It achieves this by compressing the information coming in – up to 1/5 its original size. Meaning it takes 1/5 the time to download or in other words makes it 5x faster!
LiscoJet is not considered to be “high speed” internet and does not compete with DSL, cable or satellite internet services. It is simply the only way to boost the speed of dialup internet service.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: LISCOJET Dialup Accelerator offers extensive compatibility. LISCOJET works seamlessly with Internet Explorer 4.0 (or later) and Netscape Communicator 6.0 (or later), as well as any other web browser that allows you to specify an HTTP proxy. (Consult your browser’s documentation for additional information.) LISCOJET supports Windows (95/98, ME, 2000, NT, and XP) as well as MAC OS-X and PDAs. The recommended system requirements are a Pentium PC 200MHz with 64MB of RAM and at least 5 MB of hard-disk space. On a Macintosh computer, a PowerPC G3 processor with OS X 10.2 (or later) with 333Mhz and 128MB RAM and 6MB of hard drive space is the minimum requirement.
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What Our Customers Are Saying
We had our first Skype conference yesterday using LISCO service. Far superior to what we used to have.Fax Gilbert