Microsoft signs up Qwest to host Windows Live

Microsoft has signed up its first telecommunications provider in the U.S. to deliver Windows Live services to broadband customers. The company announced a deal this week with Qwest Communications International Inc. to offer co-branded security, personalized home page and e-mail and instant messaging services. Microsoft and Qwest already have a partnership to offer MSN Premium, […]

Microsoft has signed up its first telecommunications provider in the U.S. to deliver Windows Live services to broadband customers. The company announced a deal this week with Qwest Communications International Inc. to offer co-branded security, personalized home page and e-mail and instant messaging services. Microsoft and Qwest already have a partnership to offer MSN Premium, an e-mail, calendaring, online security and information-sharing service, to Qwest broadband customers. |



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