— a privately held, national broadband service provider — will give away an Apple iPod (the 5GB, US$299 model) to every new subscriber who signs up for Speakeasy.net business DSL or T-1 services this month.
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Speakeasy allows subscribers to run their own Web servers with no port/protocol blocking and is Mac, PC and Linux friendly, according to CEO Mike Apgar. The company boasts the largest national broadband coverage area, and its high-performance network has data centers connected to 11 Internet backbones, he added.
Speakeasy service is available in most metropolitan areas within the 48 contiguous states. New customers interested in taking advantage of iPod promotion can get details at the
promotion Web site.