AOL's UK internet access division is up for sale, according to media reports today.
AOL refused to confirm or deny the report. AOL is the third largest ISP in the UK, behind BT and the newly merged NTL/Telewest group, and is thought to be looking for a deal that will allow it to continue its content portal in the UK.
The company is reportedly seeking to increase its portal activity and concentrate on the growing market for advertising and search revenues.
Depending on the outcome of Citigroup's review of AOL's European operation, the banking group could suggest an outright sale or partnership.
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