On Ramps To The Internet Are Sprouting All Over EuropeGail Edmondson
As recently as a year ago, getting access to the Internet from anywhere in Europe was a challenge even for the computer-literate. CompuServe offered Internet E-mail with its $9.95-per-month online service, but reaching the World Wide Web or anything beyond was daunting and expensive. Suddenly, however, dozens of access providers that had been catering to corporate clients are targeting consumers.
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