SPOT soon

Aron Schatz
June 5, 2003

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Microsoft is testing service in eight cities to determine if SPOT is good. I like the idea of getting information on my watch or something.


The MSN Direct service will cost $9.95 per month with the first month free as part of an introductory offer, or $59 for the entire year. The service will allow consumers to stay informed about news, weather, sports scores, stock quotes, movies listing and local dining spots. Consumers will also be able to receive messages via MSN Messenger and calendar reminders from Microsoft Outlook.

Too expensive for what it does, just turn on a radio and get the info for free.


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