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Apple Internet Router Upgrade

by Mark H. Anbinder, Contributing Editor -- mha@baka.ithaca.ny.us

Technical Support Coordinator, BAKA Computers

Users of Apple's Internet Router 2.0 package can now purchase the Internet Router Basic Connectivity Package upgrade kit through the mail. You must mail your original Internet Router 2.0 disk (part number 690-5327-A); your name, company name, shipping address (no P.O. boxes), and telephone number; proof of purchase showing the date on which you bought Internet Router 2.0; and appropriate payment.

The price is $49 plus local sales tax if you bought Internet Router 2.0 after 01-Nov-92, or $149 plus local sales tax if you bought it earlier. Accepted payment forms are a check payable to Apple Computer, Inc., or credit card information including card number, expiration date, the name on the card, and the card's billing address. Apple accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and the Apple Credit Card.

Mail all that to:

Apple Computer, Inc.
Attn: Apple Internet Router Upgrade Program
P.O. Box 7043
Dover, DE 19903

Apple says users should allow three to seven days for delivery.

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