Using MSN8 with other ISP

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kw7w

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For years, until just recently, I was a MSN user. I got very used to MSN8, and was advised that it could be used with any ISP. However, when I try to use MSN8 now, it says that I no longer have MSN network and to contact the billing department. I am unable to get any help from MSN in this matter, and I understand why.
I am sure that there is a way, and hopefully it is a regedit file that has to be changed, but I have no idea what that might be. Can someone help me find the solution to this.
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kw7w

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That really wasn't the answer I was looking for, I know it has been cancelled, I cancelled it. I am just trying to get MSN8 to work with another ISP.
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You can use MSN 8 with another ISP but you still need to pay <a href=http://join.msn.com/?PAGE=dept/byoa&xAPID=990&DI=340&PS=10274&PI=7317&SU=www.msn.com/&HL=HPQLMSN8Software> MSN </a>$9.95 a month.
 
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MSN 8 requires a paying account. If you wish to use the software, you must either sign up for an MSN Internet Access account,($21.95) or a BYOA (Bring Your Own Access) account, which costs $9.95. If you'd like to continue using MSN Explorer 7 and no longer have access to it, you can still download the software at this URL:

http://www.explorer.msn.com/msnia.htm

I hope this clears things up.
 
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