Excite, AT&T Offer Net Access

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Online service provider Excite, Redwood City, CA, and AT&T WorldNet Services recently made Internet access available for $14.95 a month for 150 hours through a new program.


The program will allow Excite to provide consumers with dial-up access through AT&T's WorldNet Service and Excite's start page that can be personalized by providing them with information, such as your ZIP code, birthday and news and stocks you are interested in.


In the next few months, AT&T and Excite will start offering Internet-based, multimedia communications services, including voice chat, click-to-dial directories and conference calling controlled from the Web. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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