The company said it hopes to introduce AOL users to the “Real Internet”
“They’re bigger–we’re better,” said Adam Portnoy, founder and president of
Surfree.com. “People’s reluctance to change e-mail addresses prevents them
from switching to a more responsive and affordable service provider.”
Surfree charges $17.97 per month for unlimited use compared to AOL’s new
pricing structure of $21.95.