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Fujitsu Siemens will pre-load Tiscali Internet access on all consumer PCs in the 14 European countries in which the ISP operates. Financial terms are undisclosed.

The deal also includes the creation of value added bundled services, such as Voice over IP solutions, unified or instant messaging, music and entertainment services.

Last August, Tiscali acquired Tiny Online Ltd - the ISP of Tiny Computers - for euro 13 million (£8 million) in cash. As part of the deal Tiny Computers and Tiscali have inked a long-term distribution agreement in which Tiscali becomes the retailer's exclusive ISP. ®

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