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Slovak Telekom to close its T-Station internet portal

SLOVAK Telekom (ST) will close its internet portal T-Station by July 31, 2008. The portal’s successors, ST said, are the digital television service Magio, and Zoznam, the company which operates the web portal of the same name, the SITA newswire wrote on April 29.

SLOVAK Telekom (ST) will close its internet portal T-Station by July 31, 2008. The portal’s successors, ST said, are the digital television service Magio, and Zoznam, the company which operates the web portal of the same name, the SITA newswire wrote on April 29.

“Cancelling the T-Station portal is part of fulfilling the long-term strategy of Slovak Telekom, which has decided to leave providing internet content solely to Zoznam in the future,” ST said.
The web portal T-Station appeared in 2005, and launched sections including Magazín, online multiplayer game site Playground, Filmy, Music, Adult and Games.

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