NETCOMplete was an internet starting package in the mid 90's that allowed Macintosh users to get the most out of their NETCOM internet account. It basically bundled Netscape, Stuffit Expander, Global Chat
From their documentation:
As a subscriber, you'll gain access to one of the fastest, privately owned IP networks in the industry. That means you'll get cost-effective, reliable Internet access-all of the time, any time. You can access the Internet from literally thousands of cities, and in most cases, do so with the cost of a local telephone call. And what's more, you get to choose from a full range of access options at various price/performance levels-from direct dial analog lines to ISDN service where available to ADSL/cable connections in the future.
NETCOMplete lets you:
- Browse web sites.
- Send and receive e-mail messages from friends, family and co-workers on the Internet and popular online services.
- Connect to newsgroups, chat rooms or the web site of your choice.
- Access weather updates, newspapers, magazines, library card catalogs or industry newsletters.
- Conduct research, make purchases, preview videos or music, and more.
(2.82 MiB / 2.96 MB)
NETCOMplete v1.0 installer / compressed w/ Stuffit
From Mac OS 7.1
up to Mac OS 9.2
Architecture: 68K + PPC (both versions can be installed)
At least 8MB of RAM
Mac OS 7.1 - Mac OS 9.2.2
A 9600 baud or faster modem
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II