Customer service app for iPhone (Ukraine)

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Tenet, the Ukrainian regional ISP working in Odessa and Mikolayiv regions, has launched a version of its customer services management application for iOS mobile devices. The application works with devices powered by iOS 7.1 or higher. The myTenet mobile application enables customers to pay for services without commission, as well as manage their services.

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Kcell picks iPhone service centre

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Kcell, the Kazakhstan mobile operator has signed an agreement with the company Alsi Service to make the latter its service partner for iPhone smartphones, as reported by Profit.kz. Service and support will be provided for owners of all iPhone models sold by official Apple distributors in Kazakhstan. Kcell is the distributor of smartphones from Apple in Kazakhstan. Alsi Service has …

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Android leads Australia’s smartphone sales – study

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According to a Telsyte reports, cited by ZDNet, Android OS has overtaken iOS in Australia in terms of smartphone sales. Android-powered smartphones are the main devices purchased on contract from local operators. The Android adoption was mainly boosted by operator promotions and fewer iPhone subsidies the report shows. Australia ended June with 16 million smartphone users, for a population of …

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Swisscom launches Tapit mobile payments app

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Swisscom has confirmed the launch of the Tapit smartphone app which allows users make payments, collect loyalty points and open doors. Tapit will initially enable cashless payments in shops in Switzerland and overseas using Visa credit cards and prepaid cards issued by Cornercard, with MasterCard credit cards issued by the Aduno Group/Viseca to follow in the near future, as reported …

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4G in Piedecuesta by Movistar Colombia

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Movistar Colombia has expanded its LTE network and 4G services to the city of Piedecuesta, in Santander department. The mobile operator reported it has invested over COP 1 billion for the implementation of its LTE network in Piedecuesta. The operator offers 23 smartphones from Samsung, Nokia, Sony, BlackBerry, Apple’s iPhone, Huawei, ZTE and Motorola, as well as MiFi modems compatible …

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