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SaurabhSharma says

Monotype Imaging is offering tons of Webfonts to be used on your website. Check this out:
http://webfonts.fonts.com/
Recently, I signed up for the Beta Webfont program and generated a test page for custom fonts. You can view that page here.
This is an online application which allows you to create and manage HTML /CSS selectors and apply particular font to those selectors. In the end, you just have to copy and paste the script code into your web page. I haven’t yet discovered it’s license restrictions and usage information, but I really liked the scope and usage of this large pool of fonts.

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campolar says

hmmm… they tryin’ to compete with google fonts?

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campuscodi says

typekit or cufon would be more of a competition

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QwibbleDesigns says

This wont always be free. The FAQ ’s say’s that at launch, a trial tier will be free, implying there will be pricing plans for normal use. T hats how I read it anyway.

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