Michigan Families Support Their Local Schools with Help from Net4Kids

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ROSE CITY, MI /Send2Press Newswire/ -- (, a division of Michigan based M-33 Access, today announced the launch of their Dial-Up Internet Access Program for Michigan families which donates 10% of their monthly service rate to a Michigan school of their choice. By choosing as their Internet Service Provider, Michigan families receive low cost and high quality access to the vast educational opportunities on the Internet, combined with an individualized school contribution program that helps provide quality education for Michigan's youth.

"As a parent of 6 and a grandfather of 2, I know how short funded our schools really are," said Glenn Wilson Sr., President and CEO of M-33 Access. "So we sat down as a company and asked ourselves what we could do about the situation. That's how was created. This was our answer to the riddle of how to bring affordable Internet services and cash to our schools, at the same time. Now, a little over 5 years later, provides Internet access to every classroom in a consortium of over 15 school districts, 3 ISD's, and Kirtland Community College, as well as individual access to over 10,000 customers in the surrounding area."

For only $10.00 a month, customers receive:

- Unlimited and reliable Internet access

- Free 24/7 technical support

- Local access numbers throughout Michigan

- Anti-spam filtering

- FREE 5X Faster Web Accelerator for 90 Days

In order to qualify for the program, users must be Michigan residents, and have school-aged children living in the home.

"I know firsthand how costly it is to raise children these days," said Wilson. "If we can help parents save money and still allow kids to have clean, spam-filtered Internet access accounts at home and in school, then we should!"

For more information or to sign-up for the program visit or call 1-888-686-5999.

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