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Excite@Home launches online storefront service.



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Broadband Internet service provider Excite@Home has introduced Freetailer, its new free e-commerce service for the creation and management of fully functioning online stores.

Stores built through the service automatically become part of Excite's shopping services. Each user is offered 25MB of storage space and 1GB/month of bandwidth as well as a virtual cash register, a shopping cart and an e-wallet.

Other features include customised storefronts and logos, secure order management and a merchant resource centre that provides sales and marketing tips and services.

Freetailer can be found at http://www.freetailer.com.

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