Comsat Expands SeaMail With Instant Electronic News In Seven Languages

Comsat Maritime Services recently announced the latest addition to the portfolio of information services available on its SeaMail electronic mail service. Called "InstantlNews," the new service allows mariners, wherever they are, to receive a variety of daily newspapers from eight different countries in six languages that cover American, British, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Pacific and Spanish news.

Customers with Comsat's SeaMail service will be able to print out distribution-ready newspapers that include a summary of national news, including sports and financial highlights. The InstantlNews newspapers are provided by Information Management Consultants, Ltd., Liverpool, England.

InstantlNews is being offered by subscription for a monthly fee, or on a pay-per-access basis.

Comsat Mobile Communications, based in Washington, D.C., provides maritime, aeronautical and international land mobile services to customers around the world through its two land earth stations in California and Connecticut.

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