1stUp.com Announces Wholesale Agreement with AT&T Canada to Support Internet Access Offerings in Canada.Business/Technology Editors
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 19, 2000
Agreement Supports 1stUp.com's Free Ad-Supported Access Offerings and
Expands Availability of 1stUp.com's Service Throughout Canada
1stUp.com Corporation, a leading provider of ad-supported Internet access solutions and a majority-owned operating company operating company
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1stUp.com powers leading ad-supported free access offerings, including AltaVista FreeAccess and FreeWorld by Excite@Home. AT&T Canada's network -- the most advanced competitive local and long haul broadband network in Canada --adds a vast new pool of Internet dial-up numbers in Canada that are available to 1stUp.com-affiliated users.
"Our wholesale relationship with AT&T Canada significantly increases the reach of our ISP (1) See in-system programmable.
(2) (Internet Service Provider) An organization that provides access to the Internet. Connection to the user is provided via dial-up, ISDN, cable, DSL and T1/T3 lines. presence to extensive coverage in Canada, and confirms that the free-access trend is spreading throughout the global village," said Charles Katz, president and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of 1stUp.com. "We look forward to expanding our international partnerships to achieve our company's goal: enabling Internet users worldwide to access the web--for free."
"This agreement will allow 1stUp.com, through their relationship with AltaVista, to leverage our high-quality Internet access and transport networks across Canada," said Ron Close, president, AT&T Canada Internet and E-Business Services. "We are pleased that 1stUp.com has selected AT&T Canada as their wholesale network supplier in Canada, as they bring more Canadians onto the Internet through our reliable, country-wide networks."
AT&T Canada's high performance fiber-optic local and long haul networks span more than 15,000 kilometers across Canada. This agreement will give 1stUp.com access to state-of-the-art local dial-up connections from nearly all Canadian centers at speeds of up to 56 Kpbs (V.90), as well as dial-up ISDN ISDN
in full Integrated Services Digital Network
Digital telecommunications network that operates over standard copper telephone wires or other media. , with fiber-optic T3 and T1 lines connected by the latest ATM switching and high-speed routing equipment.
1stUp.com offers leading consumer-oriented companies complete technical and business solutions for delivering free, ad-supported Internet access to their customers. Users keep a small, sponsored navigation bar on their screen for the duration of their online sessions, in exchange for free, Internet access, now virtually anywhere in the U.S. and Canada.
1stUp.com, a majority-owned operating company of CMGI, Inc. (NASDAQ:CMGI), is the market leader in providing consumer-oriented businesses with ad-supported Internet access solutions. 1stUp.com provides patent-pending technology that enables its partners to brand, market and distribute leading edge, cost-effective Internet services to their customers. The 1stUp.com solution enables consumers to receive unlimited, free Internet access in exchange for keeping a compact, sponsor-oriented navigation bar on their computer screen. Multiple leading ISPs support 1stUp.com's premium network, which delivers free, reliable Internet access to over 90 percent of the U.S. and Canada. Aggregating the end-user bases of AltaVista, Excite@Home, and additional partners, 1stup.com has the buying power Buying Power
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Also referred to as "Excess Equity. of multiple brands and is able to pass along the benefits of optimal connectivity costs and advertising revenues to its partners.
1stUp.com Corporation is located at 88 Kearny Street, Suite 800 San Francisco, CA 94108. Telephone: 415/293.4700. Additional information is available on the company's Web site at: www.1stup.com.
About AT&T Canada
AT&T Canada is Canada's largest facilities-based competitive voice, data and Internet telecommunications provider. Created in June 1999 from the merger of AT&T Canada Long Distance Services, MetroNet Communications, Netcom Canada and ACC See adaptive cruise control. TelEnterprises, AT&T Canada brings together the country's largest competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier) An organization offering local telephone service that is not one of the traditional telephone companies. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 allowed competition to the incumbent telcos (ILECs), enabling new companies (CLECs) ), three of Canada's leading competitive Internet Service Providers (ISP), and Canada's pioneer in competitive long distance. Deploying the most advanced fibre-optic networking and digital switching platforms, AT&T Canada offers customers across the country a full suite of local and long distance voice, data and Internet services - with excellent customer service, competitive pricing, and sales and service locations from coast-to-coast. AT&T Canada is a public company which trades on the Toronto stock exchange Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE)
Canada's largest stock exchange, trading approximately 1,200 company stocks and 33 options. under the symbol TEL.B and on the NASDAQ National Market System under the symbol ATTC. Visit AT&T Canada's web site, www.attcanada.com, for more information about the company.
With 60 companies, CMGI, Inc. (Nasdaq:CMGI) represents the largest, most diverse network of Internet companies in the world. This network includes both CMGI operating companies and a growing number of synergistic investments through its venture capital affiliate, @Ventures. CMGI leverages the technologies, content and market reach of its extended family of companies to foster rapid growth and industry leadership across its network, and the larger Internet Economy. Compaq, Intel, Microsoft, Pacific Century CyberWorks and Sumitomo hold minority positions in CMGI.
CMGI's majority-owned operating companies include Engage Technologies (Nasdaq:ENGA), NaviSite (Nasdaq:NAVI), 1ClickBrands, 1stUp.com, Activate.net, Activerse, AdForce, Adsmart, AltaVista, CMGI Solutions, Flycast, iCAST, Magnitude Network, MyWay.com, NaviNet, SalesLink, Tribal Voice and ZineZone. The company's @Ventures affiliates have ownership interests in Lycos, Inc. (Nasdaq:LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) A technology used to make microdisplays for rear-projection TVs and head-mounted displays (HMDs). Each LCoS chip hosts a grayscale LCD shutter sandwiched between a cover glass and a mirror. ), Critical Path (Nasdaq:CPTH), Silknet (Nasdaq:SILK), Chemdex (Nasdaq:CMDX), MotherNature.com (Nasdaq:MTHR MTHR Mobile Telecommunications and Health Research (UK) ), Asimba.com, AuctionWatch.com, Aureate au·re·ate
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