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  2. AirTouch - Wikipedia

    Verizon Wireless still maintains a call center in some of the buildings that used to house AirTouch Cellular's call center and administrative offices. In 1994, AirTouch was considered by some to be an innovative company in its approach to employee management.

  3. Claro Puerto Rico - Wikipedia

    Claro Puerto Rico is one of the largest telecommunications services company in Puerto Rico. It is headquartered in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, and has operated for almost a century offering voice, data, long distance, broadband, directory publishing and wireless services for the island residents and businesses.

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  5. Cellebrite - Wikipedia

    Cellebrite is an Israeli digital intelligence company that provides tools for federal, state, and local law enforcement as well as enterprise companies and service providers to collect, review, analyze and manage digital data.

  6. HP Pre 3 - Wikipedia

    A 16 GB model was manufactured for AT&T and Verizon in the United States, both models were never released to the general public. The Pre 3 was released on August 17, 2011, in the United Kingdom. The next day, August 18, HP announced that it would be discontinuing all webOS devices, including the Pre 3.

  7. John Reynolds (actor) - Wikipedia

    John Paul Reynolds (born August 5, 1991) is an American actor and writer. He is best known for his starring role in the series Search Party (2016–present) and his recurring role on Stranger Things (2016–present).

  8. Marissa Mayer - Wikipedia

    She did not join the newly combined company, now called Verizon Media (formerly Oath), and she announced her resignation on June 13, 2017. She is a graduate of Stanford University and was a long-time executive, usability leader, and key spokeswoman for Google (employee #20).

  9. SIM swap scam - Wikipedia

    A SIM swap scam (also known as port-out scam, SIM splitting, Smishing and simjacking, SIM swapping) is a type of account takeover fraud that generally targets a weakness in two-factor authentication and two-step verification in which the second factor or step is a text message (SMS) or call placed to a mobile telephone.