Blyk, the European ad-backed MVNO headed by a Nokia alum, has had its launch delayed. Blyk's free wireless service targeted towards 16- to 24 year-olds is apparently undergoing some last-minute business plan tweaking since, you know, free wireless service supported by ads alone is still an unproven business model. It looks like an October 2007 launch is set for now, so no Blyk goodness is coming to the UK this summer. Until then, you can gaze at Blyk's odd and strangely surreal corporate logo to the right.

[Via mocoNews]

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