Friday, May 05, 2006

AOL to Add Free Phone to Instant Messaging Feature - New York Times

AOL to Add Free Phone to Instant Messaging Feature - New York Times: "AOL is preparing to offer the 41 million users of its instant messaging system a free phone number that will allow people to call them from regular phones while they are online.
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In addition to expanded Internet calling features, AOL also plans to introduce AIM Pages, an effort to compete with MySpace.com, the rapidly growing social networking service. MySpace, which is owned by the News Corporation, gives its 70 million mostly young members a place to post their writings, photographs, favorite music and video clips."
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