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November 30, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Summit Telecommunications Corp, Westlake Village, California is to launch an on-line information service in January in the US featuring a multi-tasking design that allows customers to run multiple information tasks simultaneously without incurring additional charges. The network, which needs only a personal computer and a modem for access, will provide subscribers with easy access to a number of information services, and the company claims contracts have been signed with over 50 information suppliers including USA Today and Business Wire. Summit charges $6 per hour during non-business hours, and $18 per hour during business hours, via Tymnet and Telenet.

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