Direct computer retailer Dell Computer
Corp. Wednesday entered an alliance with high-speed Internet provider [email protected] in which Dell will offer [email protected] cable Internet access to its customers.
The agreement is specifically for customer’s of Dell’s Dimension desktop and Inspiron notebook PCs. When ordering the computers, buyers can order [email protected] service directly from Dell’s customer service representatives.
No financial terms of the agreement were disclosed.
“You can now order your PC and @Home broadband access from a single source.
[email protected] and Dell are the first to make this happen,” said Tom Jermoluk, CEO and
chairman, [email protected] “The @Home service is a perfect Internet solution for the Dell
customer — a savvy user who demands the most out of their Internet experience.”
[email protected] currently provides cable Internet service more than 89 markets throughout the country, including San Diego,Calif.; Dallas, Nashville,Tenn.; Philadelphia, and central New Jersey. Cable companies who have partnered to provide the service include AT&T, Bresnan, Century, Charter,
Comcast, Midco and Suburban, with additional partners expected to join this program in the near future.