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  2. iPhone - Wikipedia

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    iPhone users can and do access the Internet frequently, and in a variety of places. According to Google, in 2008, the iPhone generated 50 times more search requests than any other mobile handset. According to Deutsche Telekom CEO René Obermann, "The average Internet usage for an iPhone customer is more than 100 megabytes. This is 30 times the ...

  3. History of the iPhone - Wikipedia

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    This release contained support for iPhone service activation and syncing. The first generation iPhone was manufactured in the Shenzhen factory of the Taiwanese company Hon Hai (also known as Foxconn). The first-generation iPhone is commonly retroactively referred to as the "iPhone 2G" due to only supporting 2G mobile data.

  4. Hotels.com - Wikipedia

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    Web sites for Indonesia and Vietnam launched in 2011. Customers in all countries can book online or by phoning one of the multilingual call centres. Calls are both toll-free and paid, depending on the country of booking. In 2011, Hotels.com launched an iPad application and updated its mobile phone product on iPhone and Android.

  5. Pegatron - Wikipedia

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    [needs update] Pegatron has manufacturing plants in Taiwan, the Czech Republic, Mexico, Indonesia, and China, and customer service centers in the United States and Japan. [1] Subsidiaries [ edit ]

  6. Apple Wallet - Wikipedia

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    Apple Wallet (known as simply Wallet in Apple operating systems, formerly Passbook) is a mobile app developed by Apple Inc. and included with iOS and watchOS that allows users to store Wallet passes such as coupons, boarding passes, student ID cards, government ID cards, business credentials, resort passes, car keys, home keys, event tickets, public transportation passes, store cards, and ...

  7. Telkomsel - Wikipedia

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    In September 2006, Telkomsel became the first carrier in the country to launch a 3G service. On 20 March 2009, Telkomsel and Apple South Asia Pte. Ltd. launched the iPhone 3G in Indonesia with customised price plans for all of Telkomsel's customers. Three years later, Telkomsel had acquired more than 100 million active customers.

  8. Ocado Group - Wikipedia

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    Ocado Group is a UK-based online grocery solutions and logistics business that licenses its technology to grocery retailers around the world. Ocado Group has a 50% joint stake in the UK online supermarket Ocado Retail or Ocado.com. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index

  9. 3 (telecommunications) - Wikipedia

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    Only after 9 months of operations, 3 acquired about 2.2 million GSM customers. 3 achieved high customer mindshare maintaining at about 90% of awareness level as of April 2009. As of April 2009, 3 Indonesia had about 4.5 million customers on its GSM network. 3 offers both pre-paid and post-paid (contract) services.