iFreedom Expands Service to 2,800 Cities

Share this article:
iFreedom.com Inc., Phoenix, said its free Internet service can now be dialed up in more than 2,800 U.S. and Canadian cities. The Internet provider also claimed to be more consumer-friendly than other providers because it doesn't require viewers to always see an ad banner. Spencer Piller, vice president of operations, said banner ads distract and delay Web surfing.


"iFreedom's model is more like regular TV, where the ads appear only a few items an hour," he said. "[Another system] is not only slower, but it is terribly distracting - like watching TV with a constant commercial at the top of the screen."
Share this article:
close

Next Article in Digital Marketing

Follow us on Twitter @dmnews

Latest Jobs:

Featured Listings

More in Digital Marketing

Microsoft Set to Overtake Yahoo in Ad Revenues

Microsoft Set to Overtake Yahoo in Ad Revenues

Marissa Mayer can take credit for reversing ad declines. Still, her company will fall out of digital's Top 3 by year's end, according to eMarketer.

Oracle Announces Enhancements to its Marketing Cloud

Oracle Announces Enhancements to its Marketing Cloud

It continues to integrate functionalities from BlueKai, Responsys, and Eloqua.

In the Age of Storytelling, Is the CTA Still Viable?

In the Age of Storytelling, Is the CTA ...

Marketers have always put calls-to-action in messaging, but research suggests that sequenced ads may be more effective.