Ok, This is what it must be. They want to verify your zip code to keep with the standard blackout’s. If they need my real zip code, they can pull it from my account at MSN. Why would I give my CC to another company that does not charge me?
I am a MSN Premium 9.0 user, which allows me an all access pass on MLB.com. I went to sign in to watch a game via Internet Explorer without being in MSN software. I went to pull up a live game and was told I need to enter a credit card for verification purposes and I will not be charged. I do not recall entering one as my access would be verified by MSN. So I close out, login to MLB via MSN 9.0 software and the same thing. Do you think that maybe they should use passport to verify … Continue reading MLB.com is using Phishing like activities.
AOL in new broadband push: America Online outlined plans Monday for its first major online advertising effort this year in an effort to persuade broadband users to become AOL subscribers. The two-month AOL for Broadbandcampaign begins June 1, targeting broadband users at nytimes.com, washingtonpost.com and multimedia-intensive sites including rollingstone.com, mtv.com and abcnews.com. “The campaign is designed to persuade prospective members that a broadband connection alone is not enough,” said John Lane, vice president of online marketing. Elements of the service that will be highlighted include AOL Homework Help, Radio@AOL and parental controls. The division of Time Warner (TWX) also announced … Continue reading AOL in new broadband push
I do not understand why Premium subscribers do not get Radio Plus for free. AOL for Broadband get full Radio@AOL, Sessions@AOL (Free high quality videos of artest doing a special performance in their studio), and also free full concerts, such as Hillary Duff, Hear a complete CD here and there, music videos. I understand that MSN Premium members get FULL NLB.com access that AOL only gets audio. If you are into entertainment, AOL is the better choice. I hope that MSN gives MSN Radio Plus for free to Premium and hopfully Plus subscribers.
Sorry for letting the Blog go stale. I will try keep it more current. I truely enjoy my MSN Premium Subscription. I just do not understand why there has to be ads in MSN Messenger for a paid account. Even accessing mail via MSN Explorer or hotmail.com (logged in) ads are still all over the place. As many of you probably MSNBC.com has tons of ads making it hard to read. Do I get less ads, better yet, none. Nope. Please MSN, remove the ads.