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Attention Technology Editors:

Canadians Bank on Internet Domains

    TCNS adds an unusual purchase option for domain names with broad consumer 

    TORONTO, March 10 /CNW/ - TransCanada Network Services launches new
distribution channel and in just 30 days, customers are buying Internet
service at any Bank or Bank Machine nationwide as well as through Bank's
online and telephone banking bill payment service.
    Like a license plate, a domain needs to be registered and renewed year to
    "We're excited about adding another secure and trusted method of payment
to our transaction processing systems," says Gigi Baxter, Operations Manager
for TransCanada Network Services.
    "The Banks have made the bill payment system fast, convenient and
available to everyone with an ATM card. Built-in search utilities make it easy
- customers look for "TRANS", select the company and pay the bill," adds
    As the popularity of .ca domains continues to grow, TCNS looks for
innovative ways to make it easy for Canadians to own them.
    TransCanada Network Services is 100% privately held company, registering
domains since 1996 to thousands of Canadians. is a node in the
TransCanada Network and is certified by the Canadian Internet Registration
Authority to sell .ca domain names.
    For more information contact or visit to register a domain... and take that to the bank.

For further information: Media Inquires: Public Relations, TransCanada 
Network Services, (416) 652-6418,, Web site:

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