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Microsoft, DSL.net to market portals to small and midsize businesses

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Redmond, Wash.--Microsoft Corp. has signed an agreement with DSL.net, a New Haven, Conn.-based provider of digital subscriber lines, to help develop co-branded MSN/DSL.net Web portals for the small- to midsize-business marketplace. Microsoft will supply the broadband technology and software, and DSL.net will market the portals to its business customers, primarily in cities with fewer than 900,000 people. DSL.net will also develop business-geared content for the portals. The portals, which will include MSN Hotmail and instant messaging services, are intended to help businesses boost online sales.
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