Internet messaging services company Mail.com Inc. has partnered with e-tailer Value America to sell computer and
electronics products through the new Mail.com Marketplace.
Mail.com Marketplace offers Mail.com members a one-stop shopping service
accessible from their e-mail inbox.
Through the new departments powered by Value
America, members will be able to shop for computers, peripherals, cameras
and software from manufacturers such as Canon, Compaq, Hewlett-Packard, JVC,
IBM, Microsoft, Panasonic and Toshiba.
Mail.com will generate revenues by acquiring new customers for Value America
and sharing in revenue from sales made through the Mail.com Marketplace.
Value America will promote the computers and electronics departments of the
Mail.com Marketplace through a customized version of its weekly newsletter
featuring specials and
other purchase incentives for Mail.com members.
Mail.com said it expects to begin offering versions of the Mail.com
through its network of ISP and Web site partners in the fourth quarter.