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Absolutely. You can have as many as you like but will most likely incur installation charges for each one if they can't share the same lines. The problem you will most likely encounter is, if using dialup, you both try to get online at the same time using different providers. That can't happen. If using DSL or cable, you should both be good to go. However, if you can access your account on the web without using their access specifically, it doesn't make much sense to pay full price for the account. See if they have cheaper rates for accounts providing their own internet access.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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