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WIRELESS: BlueKite Service discontinued
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 10.05.02 - 18:48:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 6486x
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I just received this mail from BlueKite.

Do you know what's happening?
Do you think it could be related to the fact that my Sevice Provider is Vodafone, a BlueKite partner and they have decided (on my back!) that I can not use this speed service?



The BlueKite Service will be discontinued on Friday May 24th

If you have paid for the BlueKite Service, will receive a full refund. This refund will automatically be applied to your credit card before May 17th If you are currently a trial customer, you may continue using the BlueKite Service free of charge through May 24th.

We apologize for any inconvenience. Please see the instructions below for uninstalling the BlueKite software. If you have any questions, please respond to this email to contact support.

Thanks for your support

Uninstalling BlueKite Software

On your Laptop
To uninstall BlueKite from your laptop, simply follow these instructions:

  1. Click on the start menu and under settings, select Control Panel
  2. In the control panel select Add/Remove Programs
  3. Select BlueKite and click on Change/Remove

On your Pocket PC
To completely uninstall BlueKite from your Pocket PC, you must first remove it from your Pocket PC and then remove it from your laptop:

On your Pocket PC

  1. Click on Start and select Settings
  2. Click on the System tab and select Remove Programs
  3. Select BlueKite and click Remove

On your laptop

  1. Click on the Start menu and under Settings, select Control Panel
  2. In the control panel select Add/Remove Programs
  3. Select BlueKite and click on Change/Remove

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Posted by Arne Hess on 10.05.02 - 00:00:00

@JCPort: Thanks for your input but I'm sorry, I don't know what's going wrong there. I know BlueKite but never has used it by myself so I'm not in contact with them. Maybe anyone else knows what's up there?
However, if GPRS operators would enables V.42bis you would get near the same result for free as it compresses the volume too but in that case the GPRS operators couldn't bill your the amount of volume like today.
This would means in fact that GPRS would becomes cheaper and the operators would lose revenue... :-(

Posted by David Henderson on 19.08.04 - 01:18:06

[1] Obviously this means that the Bluekite software  that came with the Sprint PCS Connection Manager is useless? It was a 30 day trial.

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