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Fast fact:
'It is estimated that the mobile games market will be worth over US$11.2bn by 2010.' - www.mobileindustry.biz, 2006


Telenor

Telenor Serbia, part of the Telenor Group, is Serbia's first mobile network, with more than 2.7 million subscribers.

The Telenor Group has proven itself to millions of customers around the world over a long period of time. After 150 years in the communications business and with 129 million customers in 12 countries around the world, Telenor knows a thing or two about what customers want and need from their mobile provider.
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Vip mobile

Vip mobile d.o.o. is a private mobile operator, the owner of the third mobile telephony license in Serbia for GSM 900/1800 plus UMTS networks. It is a member of mobilkom austria group, which serves more than 10.8 million satisfied customers across eight countries. It is recognized as a leader in innovations for it continually develops new technologies and services and is the first one to introduce them into the market.
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MT:S

MT:S offers to its customers state-of the art solutions of modern mobile technology, m-payment (paying through mobile telephone - parking, Internet time top-up, etc.), e-recharge (possibility electronically to recharge prepaid credit by SMS messages at the counters of post offices and banks, on cash dispensers and POS terminals in sales outlets of MTS partners);

At the end of the year 2003, the Mobile Telephony of Serbia was the first in Serbia and Montenegro to present 3G network.
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Raiffeisen Bank

Raiffeisenbank a.d. Beograd is the Serbian arm of Austria-based Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG (RZB), member of Raiffeisen Banking Group.
Starting from Belgrade, the bank has gradually expanded its network all over Serbia.
Presently, bank maintains a total of 60 branches throughout Serbia
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Banco Do Brasil

Banco do Brasil was founded in 1808 and is the oldest surviving bank in Brazil — one of the oldest of Latin America. It is one of the four most-profitable Brazilian banks and holds a strong leadership in retail banking.
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BANCO REAL ABN AMRO

ABN AMRO has been in Brazil for 85 years. It is currently performing in over 70 countries.
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TIM Brasil

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TIM connects over 40 million people in 11 countries, making it the largest operator present in South America. TIM's three regional Brazilian operators count over 4.5 million customers. Today all cities with TIM GSM coverage are also GPRS-enabled.
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Embratel

Embratel offers complete telecommunications solutions in Brazil, including local, long distance domestic and international calling, data transmission, television and Internet services. It is available all over the country through its solutions via satellite. Embratel's services offer a perfect mix of technology, quality, solidity and profitability, for the corporate and the residential market, and for the public sector.
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Vivo

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VIVO is the largest South American operator, present in 19 Brazilian states as will as in the federal capital, Brasilia. Covering 86% of the national territory, equal to an area of 7m km2, VIVO counts over 17 million customers, representing half of all Brazilian mobile telephone subscribers.
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Méditel

Méditel is one of the main telecommunications operators of Morocco. It is a joint venture of Portugal Telecom and Telefónica, headquartered in Casablanca. Méditel obtained the second license of mobile telephony in Morocco in 1999. It begun its commercial operations in March 2000.
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Claro

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Claro, born of a merger of five large Brazilian mobile operators, provides TDMA and GSM mobile coverage in all Brazilian states, with proprietary network coverage in more than 800 cities throughout the country and as a VNP in a remaining Brazilian 6 states.
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Brasil Telecom

Brasil Telecom is a major Brazilian telecommunications company headquartered in Brasilia. The company is one of three fixed line phone companies in Brazil that emerged after the privatisation of Telebrás. Brasil Telecom is owned by Citigroup and the Brazilian pension funds. They launched a wireless service in 2004.
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Telemig Celular

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Telemig Celular provides 2.2 million Brazilian customers in the state of Minas Gerais with top-line mobile telephony, offering the most comprehensive service and best network coverage in the region?
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Oi

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Oi was the first GSM operator in Brazil and remains the only 100% Brazilian-owned mobile operator. Oi provides the most extensive GSM network in the country throughout 16 states.
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