On-line service provider Compuserve has copied its European strategy in America with the launch of C, an Internet version of its proprietary on-line service, CSi. The service provider has taken selected elements of CSi, bundled POP3 Email and Web forums, and offered the package to subscribers for a fee of less than #10 per month compared with the #15 per month charge for CSi. A similar offering is available in Europe. Members of CSi will have free access to C. Whether it will be considered a "middle ground" service - falling between the sophistication of proprietary offerings and the many free services available on the Net - remains to be seen, and will partly depend on pricing.
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