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Miami Herald offers Internet access

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The Miami Herald on Tuesday launched HeraldLink, an Internet access service and online newspaper. HeraldLink costs $24.95 per month for unlimited Internet access, as well as access to the Herald's Web site. The Herald is offering the package in conjunction with InfiNet, a company partially owned by Knight-Ridder, the Herald's parent.

Other newspapers have tried offering Internet access along with content, most notably USA Today, which cut the access portion of its service after a few months. The $24.95 per month fee comes close to rivaling a recent pitch by AT&T Worldnet Service, which is offering AT&T long distance users a flat fee of $19.95 per month for unlimited access.

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