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The creators of CQExpress, the world's first web-based IM client, have introduced Instan-t Expres, a free web-based IM client developed using AJAX technologies.

Instan-t Express offers all basic features currently found in any instant messenger, as well as complete interoperability with MSN, AOL, ICQ & Yahoo Messengers. The current Instan-t Express beta version (available at http://express.instan-t.com) already includes advanced features such as voice and video chat. It will soon include an array of brand new ones, including the ability to engage in file transfers as well as interoperability with Google Talk.

"Using a single Instan-t account users will be able to communicate with their friends and colleagues no matter what public IM network they're on", affirmed Pablo Salomon, Interactive Networks Inc's CEO. "Instan-t for Windows can be used when at their computer, Instan-t Mobile whilst on the road, and now, Instan-t Express will provide free instant communication from any computer with a web browser".

As most of Interactive Networks Inc.'s original freeware products, Instan-t Express is offered for users to experience the company’s unique technology at no charge.

Instan-t Express is also currently a part of Interactive Networks Inc.'s Research and Development site, INI Labs (http://labs.interactiveni.com), where everyone alike can participate in the creative process and continuous improvement of the company's many products. Beta versions of Instan-t Mobile are also available at the site.

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