Netscape today announced that it has expanded its European Netcenter portal sites by signing marketing agreements with three companies, following a doubling of its traffic in the last three months.
Netscape has signed new and expanded agereements with VNU, World Online and Lycos Bertlesmann to deliver new and localised content to European consumers.
Netscape Communicator will now be the default browser for the World Online service in seven European countries and will be part of its signing-on kit.
VNU and Lycos Bertlesmann have signed expanded agreements with Netscape to deliver additional localised content to European customers in the Netherlands and Spain.
Available today in the Netherlands, Netscape Netcenter 2.0 will deliver a variety of local news covering business, technology, sports and culture through VNU. The Dutch publishing company also provides a news ticker and yellow pages for Netscape.
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