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Kmart’s BlueLight.com puts limits on free ISP

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In a move that was widely expected, BlueLight.com, the spinoff Internet company of Kmart Corp., introduced two new tiers of access to its subscriber Internet service, limiting what had once been completely free Internet access to only 12 hours per month under the company's new BlueLight Basic Free Internet Service. Subscribers may also get free Internet service for a limited time by purchasing products at www.Bluelight.com. The other level of service, BlueLight Premier Internet Service, offers 100 hours per month at $9.95. The changes go into effect March 1.

Copyright February 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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