Speakeasy ISP Bundles Mozilla FirefoxSpeakeasy ISP Bundles Mozilla Firefox
Broadband services provider Speakeasy is bundling a customized version of Mozilla Firefox 1.0 in its self-install kits for residential customers.
January 25, 2005
Broadband services provider Speakeasy is bundling a customized version of Mozilla Firefox 1.0 in its self-install kits for residential customers, the ISP said Tuesday.
Dubbed the Mozilla Firefox: Speakeasy Edition, the browser downloads quickly and imports subscribers' existing favorites, passwords and other settings, the company said. The ISP plans to offer updates in the future, it said. Future features will include VoIP and business utilities as well as improved network performance, Speakeasy said. The Firefox browser, which embeds Google search engine capability, features increased security and easy file downloading. Speakeasy said it provides service in most metropolitan areas in the United States.
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