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Trademark: '123.com' 
European Community Trademark, no. 001933639, Figurative mark


On 25. 10. 2000 the community trademark application no. 001933639 was filed for 123.com (Figurative mark) by EMPRESA NACIONAL DE TELECOMUNICACIONES S.A. before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 35, 36, 38 and 42. The current status of the trademark is application withdrawn.

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Applied25. 10. 2000
Nice classes35, 36, 38, 42


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Nice classes

35  Electronic storage and retrieval of data and documents in the fields of business, finance, news, weather, sports, computing and computer software, games, entertainment, music, theatre, cinema, travel, education, lifestyles, hobbies, health, recreation, transportation, nature, self-improvement, government affairs, home management, literature, international affairs, shopping, local information, and topics of general interest; promoting the goods and services of others by placing advertisements and promotional displays in electronic sites accessed through computer networks, and other media, namely, cable television, television, narrow and broadband media; retail store services; on-line retail store services and mail order services featuring telecommunications-related products and services, namely, prepaid long distance telephone cards, telephone calling cards, credit card services, debit card services, telephones, answering machines, caller ID devices; the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of goods enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase those goods from a catalogue, by mail order or by means of telecommunications; providing on-line information directory services by telephone; computerised shopping for goods and services via telephone and computer terminal in the above-referenced fields; searching and retrieving information, sites and other resources available on computer networks.

36  Providing a bonus program for telecommunications users, arranging for users to obtain discounts on goods and services from merchants; providing interactive financial services featuring a wide variety of goods and services via a global computer network.

38  Telecommunication services, namely local, long distance and international voice, text, facsimile, video, image, data and wireless transmission via satellite, terrestrial and undersea communication links; providing multiple user access to a global computer network; electronic transmission of data, images and documents via computer information network; electronic storage and retrieval of documents; electronic mail services; computer bulletin board services, chat services whether voice, text, video or other media; instant electronic messaging services; personal communications services, namely call forwarding services, call management services, call sequencing services and voice mail messaging services; teleconferencing services; Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) services; electronic transmission of data to computer terminals form a computerised Database network; frame relay telecommunications services; virtual network telecommunications services; integrated services digital network telecommunications services; simultaneous, bi-directional interactive transmissions of voice, audio, video, data, text facsimile, multimedia services and information; fractionalised digital T1 switched voice telephone services; telephony and integrated services over the internet.

42  Computer services, namely leasing or otherwise providing access to computer databases, graphics, audio-visual information, web pages, computer bulletin boards, computer networks and computerised research and reference materials, in the field of business, finance, news, weather, sports, computing and software, games, entertainment, music theatre, movies, travel, education, lifestyles, hobbies, computer support, health, recreation, transportation, nature, self-improvement, government affairs, home management, literature, international affairs, shopping, local information, and topics of general interest; providing an interactive database in the above-referenced fields; creating indexes of information, sites and other resources available on computer networks for others; electronic hosting services to provide telecommunications connections for transactions on global computer networks.


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