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September 29, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 6:53pm


By CBR Staff Writer

In response to Prime Minister Lionel Jospin’s appeal for all of French businesses to jump on the internet bandwagon, Paris-based ISP ImagiNet announced a corporate starter kit targeted specifically at small- and medium-sized enterprises. For approximately $500 per month, ImagiNet will: create and host either a .fr or .com domaine; provide an ISDN connection to the company’s LAN; set up 13 email addresses; host the company web site; and do on-site installation, if needed. If Internet professionals can only delight in the recent declarations of the government, that aim to encourage the development of internet in France, we believe, more than ever, that the delay can only be eliminated by those same professionals, said ImagiNet president Patrick Robin.

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