Dell and America Online (AOL) yesterday announced a marketing agreement that will feature the US company?s online services on Dell?s consumer PCs.
The deal, which will initially only be available in the US and Canada, will mean Dell Dimension and Inspiron PCs will ship with CDs that contain AOL 4.0 software and include 100 free hours use in the first month of the AOL service.
In addition, early next year, Dell users will be able to access a pre-installed customised version of the AOL software that features links to Dell?s web services as part of Dell?s Connectdirect program - a technology initiative designed to provide the company?s customers with fast, easy personalised access to the Internet.?
The companies said they had no plans to make a similar agreement in the UK.
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