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Canadian Post to offer Internet access

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MONTREAL--Canadians can now buy Internet access as well as stamps at their local post office.

Through an agreement between Canada Post and Cybersurf Corp., a Calgary-based Internet technology company whose 3web solution offers free Internet access, an initial 900 selected postal outlets across Canada now offer a CD-ROM for $6.46 that allows Canadians to get connected and enjoy free e-mail and unlimited free Internet access on the 3web network.

More than 40% of Canadians do not yet have Internet access at home, according to Canada Post.

Copyright November 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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