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Thursday January 27, 2005 4:09 am

Speakeasy to Offer its Customers Mozilla Firefox


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SpeakeasyIt was only a matter of time before one of the nation’s largest internet service providers began to offer Mozilla Firefox as an alternative to Internet Explorer. Speakeasy, which offers DSL and VOIP service, announced today that they will begin to recommend its users install Mozilla Firefox 1.0, the latest browser from Mozilla, and customize it with plugins and helpful bookmarks for their customers. While they won’t be installing the software for their customers, they do offer the links to download Firefox and the plugin from an easy location on their homepage. The last time an ISP offered an alternative browser with installation was back in the days of dial-up, when many companies offered Netscape Communicator, also a Mozilla browser. If this business practice continues, Firefox will continue to gain market share against IE, and hopefully help many users with virus and spyware problems, as well.

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Yea. Soon firefox will be on top smile Not as many exploits as IE and your able to custmize it to your own preference

every company should follow suit. theres no reason to have IE anymore.


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