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Level 3 Enhances Audio for MSN Messenger Service
Contributed by: SHA, at 5/04/2005 03:43:00 PM.

Level 3 Communications announced that its operating subsidiary has expanded its relationship with MSN to enhance the audio conversation feature of MSN Messenger, an instant messaging (IM) service with more than 155 million active users each month. The improved voice communication capability was announced by MSN in April as part of the introduction of the latest version of MSN Messenger.
"We're happy that we're working with MSN to deliver enhanced PC audio communication features for MSN Messenger," said Kevin Dundon, senior vice president of Wholesale Voice Services for Level 3. "This agreement enables us to use our carrier class voice IP infrastructure to provide enhanced PC to PC audio to more customers than ever before through MSN Messenger."

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