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Dithering UK online service provider - LineOne - has finally confirmed that it is to become a subscription-free service after more than a month of dilly-dallying over the decision. See earlier story. The new service will be launched next Monday although existing subscribers will only be billed up to 15 February. A new logo and promotional campaign will accompany the relaunch. A spokesman for LineOne blamed the delay on "administrative problems" explaining how difficult it was to get the three companies behind LineOne - News International, BT and United News & Media - to ratify the changes. LineOne did confirm that it would relaunch the service shortly complete with a new logo and a new marketing initiative. ®

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