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From NetZero to 60 in Just Two Weeks

Heard on the Beat / Technology

November 02, 1998|KAREN KAPLAN

NetZero, the Westlake Village company that launched a free, advertiser-supported Internet service two weeks ago, has signed up some high-profile companies to pay for 30-second ads. Sprint and Jaguar have bought ads, as have several Internet companies that run online auctions, gaming sites and music sites. NetZero (http://www.netzero.com) said it is signing up new members at the rate of one every 30 seconds.

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