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Freenetname ISP Offers New Start
By: MarkJ - 21 January, 2004 (8:44 AM)

The Brightview backed UK ISP Freenetname, which was recently given a re-launch, has stepped out again today to publicise itself as an ISP of choice for 2004. The press release highlights the group’s free e-mail and web address services:

New Year, New You

If you have resolved to change your outlook this New Year, let freenetname look after your online identity.

How are you getting on with your New Year resolutions? Why not update your online identity to reflect the new start everyone is striving for at the beginning of the year. As a leading ISP, freenetname enables users to take control and create their own e-mail and web address for free. A personalised e-mail and website address means you can do away with the old and begin the New Year with the right impression. Whether its britney@spears.me.uk or sales@thebuildingcompany.co.uk, all you have to do is decide who you want to be.

freenetname is ideal for anybody looking to make the most of the web. So, if in 2004, you have resolved to keep in regular contact with your friends and family, and would like to host news or pictures that can be viewed worldwide, freenetname is the service for you. Maybe you would like to create a more professional image for yourself or your business with a unique online identity.

Freenetname now offers competitively priced broadband at £24 a month, which includes free modem and free connection, un-metered dial-up at £12.50 a month or you can pay as you go. With the ‘my account’ feature, subscribers are can manage their freenetname account online. In just a few clicks you can check invoices, update contact details or even change your dial-up number if you are away from home or the office.

If you already have an existing Internet connection, freenetname justmail, allows you to register a personalised e-mail and website address, and send and receive e-mail using any Internet connection. It comes with webmail, 50MB mailbox storage and is available for only £2.50 a month. You can also choose and register from a range of domain names, which includes .co.uk, .org.uk and .me.uk.

Other services with freenetname include 24x7 technical support, 20MB webspace and access to 65,000+ newsgroups.

For more information: http://www.freenetname.co.uk

We're not sure if there's any real 'new' news here or if Freenetname has just issued a PR purely for the sake of advertising.

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