Fluke Networks Drops Handheld Tester Fees

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Tim Higgins

Fluke Networks logoFluke Networks has dropped cloud storage fees for its LinkSprinter [reviewed] low-cost handheld network tester.

A company spokesperson said:

… Fluke Networks has listened to customers since the product launched on March 13, and has decided to make one significant change. To make the tool even more affordable for a growing base of customers, the current cloud service fee has been eliminated, making storage of all network tests in the cloud completely free.


Now, with the purchase of a LinkSprinter, customers can store, manage, analyze and filter all test results, email and annotate results, generate custom reports, configure test parameters, and update firmware in the cloud without any costs – period.

The change is effective immediately.

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