Freeserve, the consumer Internet service offered by Dixons, is claiming that it has already attracted 475,000 accounts in its first eight weeks.
This would mean 8,500 people joining per day. Freeseerve CDs can be picked up by any customer at Dixons, PC World, Currys and The Link stores. Freeserve customers pay no monthly fee and no setup fee - only call charges - and Freeserve general manager Mark Danby claimed that free Internet access was "here to stay".
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