Italians Gain Free Internet Service

Italy's second fixed-line telecommunications operator Infostrada SpA yesterday announced the introduction of a free Internet service.

The "Libero" Internet service, for which clients will only be charged the cost of their call, includes 15M bytes of space for a home page and 3M bytes of space for e-mail.

At the end of June Infostrada had more than 2 million voice customers and 270,000 Internet clients, CEO Riccardo Ruggiero told reporters in Milan. The company, now controlled by Mannesmann AG of Germany, generated 627 billion lire in first half revenues, he said.

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