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Internet service provider MindSpring announced it has completed the acquisition of its rival SpryNet from America Online. Terms of the agreement include the transfer of SpryNet's subscribers, assets, and intellectual property to MindSpring. The expected sale price is between $35 million and $45 million. The deal was first announced in September.
CompuServe has been talking about divorcing its Spry software group for a while now, and the venerable online service may have finally found someone to take the group--which produces Internet Office, Spry Web Server, and other Net goodies--off its hands.
CompuServe's Spry access service is launching a new service to get corporate employees on the Net through dial-up connections.
Taking an embrace-and-grow approach, CompuServe today launched SpryNet, an all-in-one direct Internet service.
Spry, a unit of CompuServe's Internet division, today unveiled Internet Office 4.1. The package is priced from $199.