The program, called The Community Technology Network Project (CTNP), is already underway, and will provide one million e-mail addresses and offer New Internet Computers
(NICs) -- including dial-up Internet access, provided by ATX Communications -- to Section 8 and Public Housing residents.
ACCESS MAGAZINE says "when it comes to price, the New Internet Computer, or NIC, is a standout.
Founded in January 2000, the NEW INTERNET COMPUTER COMPANY and its NIC Internet appliance bring fast, affordable and functional Internet access to consumers, schools and businesses without the cost or complexity of a PC.
Launched last year, The New Internet Computer
Company is the nation's fastest-growing Internet appliance company.
0 will solidify NIC's position as the leader in the field and will make the New Internet Computer Company the most prominent success story in this revolutionary computing segment.
Out of the box, the New Internet Computer has always been the least expensive, most functional, most reliable Internet device available," says Gina Smith, NIC CEO and president.
As part of the agreement, EarthLink and NIC are working together to provide easy access to the EarthLink premium Internet service via the $199 New Internet Computer (NIC) - Version 2.
Launched in January 2000 by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and nationally-known high-tech journalist Gina Smith, The New Internet Computer Company is today the nation's fastest-growing Internet computing company.