Internet users will have to wait for details of Microsoft?s much hyped revamp of its online content service, MSN 2.5.
The new service will not begin until September at the earliest and no details are being released as yet, said the company.
Microsoft said it is working with a number of media and non-media partners to provide content that it claims will be exciting and innovative. There will be European specific entertainment and information.
It is also making many of the currently paid-for services free to all Internet users, on a re-run basis - content for the premium, subscription site will eventually move to the free area.
The company claims more than two million users of the existing MSN yet it still needs a relaunch - only nine months after the last one. According to a spokesperson the reason for this is to get the MSN site into the top five most popular sites on the Internet.
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