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Friday, March 23, 2001
Prepaid Internet Service Via Mini CD-ROM by NetworkIP & WEBcard Technologies


NetworkIP today announced a strategic business partnership whereby WEBcard Technologies, the development of patented WEBcard CD(TM), WEBcard CD-R(TM) and WEBcard DVD(TM) products.

e.Prepaid Internet is an e-mail capable dial-up Internet service sold by distributors through retail supply channels, similar to a prepaid phone card. NetworkIP has partnered with a Tier One carrier to provide a nationwide infrastructure for prepaid dial-up Internet access using the fastest, most robust backbone in the industry. Local access covers 90% of the U.S. population. Toll-free access is also available. The product is typically sold as a standard card, but an optional mini-CD-ROM is now available to allow ultra-fast loading of key programs.


WEBcard will provide the development and content on a miniature CD-ROM for the distributor to private brand their e.Prepaid Internet product. The WEBcard CD(TM), which is the size of a business card, provides the consumer with an easy-to-use method of delivery to download the dialer and setup e-mail.


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