Back on Oct. 5, Dashwire announced an exclusive partnership with Best Buy to offer its services for free to new customers buying smartphones. Certainly a unique choice. But with Microsoft's MyPhone being nearly ubiquitous now, we suppose not so much a good one.
The bad news is for you existing Dashwire users. Evidently on Dec. 31, 2009, Dashwire will stop working. You apparently have the option to back up your data to a desktop and/or "...migrate your information to services from Dashwire licensees if you’re interested" -- though we're not too sure how to do that just yet nor are we sure if it'll cost anything.
Anyways, now may be a good time to explore alternatives. Dashwire, we wish you luck with that Best Buy thing.
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