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Re: MCI to market MSN
- From: alexy
- Date: Wed Jan 31 09:31:42 1996
On Wed, 31 Jan 1996, Christopher E. Stefan wrote:
> On Tue, 30 Jan 1996 email@example.com wrote:
> > MCI and Microsoft will now be building networks together, MCI ditching
> > Netscape and starting to sell Microsoft network access tools & pushing
> > MSN...
> Interesting considering: MCI and News Corp. have an agreement to jointly
> develop/promote InternetMCI and Delphi. And UUNET and Microsoft have an
> agreement to provide Internet access/MSN dialup.
Last paragraph of article read:
" MCI's move is a step away from its relationship with News Corp,, whose
Delphi on-line service, with 200,000 customers, is about a quarter the
size of Microsoft's MSN."
Bye Bye, Delphi.
It is a wonder to me that Microsoft is using UUNET for MSN dialup and MCI
for, to quote the article, "Internet access and telecommunications
provider". If I was with UUNET, I certainly would be upset that I get to
watch modems blink while MCI gets to hyperstream.
> Wonder if this sort of thing is anything like the cable/telco/media
> "interactive TV" alliances of a year or two ago?
Can we now get MSNBC over our MCI ISDN?
Did anyone else note the MSNBC advertisement following the SuperBowl?