Deutsche Telekom and Microsoft will tomorrow outline a deal under which the telecomms operator will offer the entire contents of Microsoft Network (MSN) over its online service.
Called T-Online, Deutsche Telekom?s Internet service provides customers with access to news and other facilities such as MSN. Customers can also receive their telephone bills via T-Online.
The company demonstrated the electronic billing system at the Cebit trade show in Germany yesterday. Detlev Buchal, a member of Deutsche Telekom?s board, said: ?This type of bill is not only environmentally friendly, it also helps cut costs and saves the customer a lot of work in keeping accounts.? Every year the telco sends out some 500 million standard telephone bills to more than 40 million customers. Electronic bills will be available to T-Online?s 1.4 million subscribers from September.
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