Comcast Adds Online Photo Service

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Comcast Corp. high-speed-data customers have a new service available to help
them get the picture.

The MSO is teaming up with online photo service Snapfish (http://www.snapfish.com/) to offer
cable-modem customers the ability to print, share and store pictures online.

Customers can go to the "Comcast Photo Center" at their comcast.net pages and
set up virtual-photo-album accounts accessible by personal passwords.

They can also order digital-camera prints on Kodak paper, create personalized
photo greeting cards and send in traditional film, which Snapfish will develop
and convert into digital files.

"The Comcast Photo Center marries the art of photography and the power of
broadband," said Greg Butz, Comcast High-Speed Internet's vice president of
marketing and business development. "With a few quick and easy steps, users can
share special photos with family and friends, edit and order their
pictures."

New users get 10 free prints and one roll of film developed free-of-charge,
plus free shipping through Feb. 15.

The offer does not apply to former AT&T Broadband Internet
customers.

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