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  2. Assurance Wireless - Wikipedia

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    Assurance Wireless is a telephone service subsidized by the federal Lifeline Assistance program, a government benefit program supported by the federal Universal Service Fund. The service provides to low-income eligible people a free phone, [1] [2] free monthly data, unlimited texting, and free monthly minutes.

  3. Royal London Group - Wikipedia

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    Royal London became a mutual life assurance society in 1908. Other elements of the modern business are older than the primary brand: for example Royal Liver Assurance was founded in 1850, while the Irish business, until recently branded as Caledonian Life dates back to 1824, and represents the Caledonian Insurance Company founded in Edinburgh ...

  4. Friends Provident - Wikipedia

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    Friends’ Provident Insurance was a banking institution founded in 1832 to serve the needs of the Society of Friends ().Based in Bradford, it concentrated on sickness and annuity policies until its life fund acquired Century Insurance in 1918, expanding into general insurance.

  5. Ubuntu Touch - Wikipedia

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    Ubuntu Touch is a mobile version of the Ubuntu operating system, being developed by the UBports community. Its user interface is written in Qt, and is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers, but the original goal of convergence was intended to bring Ubuntu Touch to laptops, desktops, IOT devices and TVs for a complete unified user experience.

  6. Vonage - Wikipedia

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    Vonage (/ ˈ v ɒ n ɪ dʒ /, legal name Vonage Holdings Corp.) is an American cloud communications provider operating as a subsidiary of Ericsson.Headquartered in Holmdel Township, New Jersey, the company was founded in 1998 as Min-X as a provider of residential telecommunications services based on voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

  7. Nextel Communications - Wikipedia

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    Nextel affected the cellular phone market in several ways. It was the first company to successfully provide unlimited calling plans to a large customer base. Nextel was the first company to implement a nationwide push-to-talk system similar to a walkie-talkie, marketed as DirectConnect.

  8. Insurance - Wikipedia

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    The first company to offer accident insurance was the Railway Passengers Assurance Company, formed in 1848 in England to insure against the rising number of fatalities on the nascent railway system. The first international insurance rule was the York Antwerp Rules (YAR) for the distribution of costs between ship and cargo in the event of ...

  9. Metro by T-Mobile - Wikipedia

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    Metro by T-Mobile (formerly known as MetroPCS and also known simply as Metro) is an American prepaid wireless service provider and brand owned by T-Mobile US.It previously operated the fifth largest mobile telecommunications network in the United States using code-division multiple access (CDMA).