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Check http://www.thelist.com/ . Anyone charging 10-15 cents (or local
equivalent) for their freephone (1-800, 0800 etc.) number is a very good
deal compared with hotel long distance rates. If approached properly,
explaining that you're going to be spending a lot of money on room
service and bar, many hotels will waive the per call charge on local and
freephone rates. (Explaining this as wanting to call local business
partners, to whom you'll recommend the hotel, rather than as ISP access
might be a good move).

Big national ISPs tend to have near 100% national coverage. In the US
netcom/AOL are a good deal here, despite their other problems. In the UK
(and Netherlands now?) Demon are hard to beat.

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