Prodigy, the struggling on-line service provider, is set to relaunch itself as an Internet Service Provider. The company plans to charge $19.95 (#12.44) a month for unlimited use of its service, which the company hopes to make available by the end of the year. Bought from IBM and Sears last May for $250 million by International Wireless, Prodigy currently has one million subscribers.
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