People still use AOL. It's true.

Internet service provider AOL offers paid subscribers more than just email accounts and software.

Data culled from AOL's earnings report last week revealed that the company still has 2.3 million subscribers, which is interesting in and of itself.

But even more interesting is that subscription. For $59.88 a year you can get their baseline plan which includes, among other things, unlimited dial-up service — the only way to get online in a lot of rural areas.

It also includes two free wills from Hyatt Legal planning and — just to drive their target demographic point home — an AARP membership.

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Kai Ryssdal is the host and senior editor of Marketplace, public radio’s program on business and the economy.

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