Deutsche Telekom announced the next stage of its relationship with Microsoft at Cebit last week.
The telecomms operator will give its T-Online users the option of using Microsoft Explorer as well as Netscape browsers to access the information and banking service. The two companies will also work together on Internet banking and financial services initiatives.
T-Online is accessed by 1.4 million of Deutsche Telekom?s 40 million-strong customer base. From September customers will be able to receive their telephone bills via T-Online. Customers already use T-Online for Internet banking and the two companies will work together to develop security features for online financial transactions.
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