Talk.com, America Online Extend Marketing Pact

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Talk.com, Reston, VA, yesterday extended its marketing agreement with America Online Inc. to continue as the exclusive provider of long-distance telephone services to AOL's subscribers through at least June 2001.


The telecommunications provider also will continue to have the nonexclusive opportunity to offer wireless and local services to AOL subscribers.


Talk.com plans to accelerate its marketing efforts with new partners and maintain all of its online and offline marketing channels.
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