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BITCOIN/
RTX7FHQ6
April 24, 2020
SIM cards and 3d printed objects representing 5G are put on a motherboard in this picture illustration...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
SIM cards and 3d printed objects representing 5G are put on a motherboard in this picture illustration...
SIM cards and 3d printed objects representing 5G are put on a motherboard in this picture illustration taken April 24, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic /Illustration
ETHIOPIA-TELECOMS/
RTX78K6Y
November 12, 2019
A customer holds a 3G prepaid sim card after buying the service from an Ethio-Telecom shop in Addis Ababa,...
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
A customer holds a 3G prepaid sim card after buying the service from an Ethio-Telecom shop in Addis Ababa...
A customer holds a 3G prepaid sim card after buying the service from an Ethio-Telecom shop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
STORM-MICHAEL/
RTX6F3ZO
October 15, 2018
People line up outside an AT&T store to purchase SIM cards to access their working cellular network,...
Panama City, UNITED STATES
People line up outside an AT&T store to purchase SIM cards to access their working cellular network,...
People line up outside an AT&T store to purchase SIM cards to access their working cellular network, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Florida, U.S., October 14, 2018. REUTERS/Terray Sylvester
MYANMAR-FACEBOOK/HATE
RTS1XGHY
August 15, 2018
SIM cards are displayed along Latha street in Yangon, Myanmar, August 8, 2018. To match Special Report...
Yangon, Myanmar
SIM cards are displayed in Yangon
SIM cards are displayed along Latha street in Yangon, Myanmar, August 8, 2018. To match Special Report MYANMAR-FACEBOOK/HATE REUTERS/Ann Wang
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTX4BNVH
January 15, 2018
People queue outside a store of the local mobile phone operator Phoenix in order to purchase SIM cards...
Donetsk, Ukraine
People queue outside a store of the local mobile phone operator in Donetsk
People queue outside a store of the local mobile phone operator Phoenix in order to purchase SIM cards in Donetsk, Ukraine January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko
PHILIPPINES-TELECOMS/
RTS1KTQB
November 21, 2017
For sale sim cards are laid out at a loading station for call and text message credits for local telecommunications...
Manila, Philippines
For sale sim cards are laid out at a loading station for call and text message credits for local telecommunications...
For sale sim cards are laid out at a loading station for call and text message credits for local telecommunications companies at a store along a sidewalk in Metro Manila, Philippines November 21, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
KENYA-ELECTION/
RTS1IOYM
November 06, 2017
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super Alliance coalition holds a new sim card at...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super Alliance coalition holds a new sim card at...
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super Alliance coalition holds a new sim card at an Airtel telecommunications shop as part of his party's campaign to boycott three big companies, including telecoms giant Safaricom, in Nairobi, Kenya November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-ELECTION/
RTS1IOYL
November 06, 2017
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga (C) of the National Super Alliance coalition holds a new sim card...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super Alliance coalition holds a new sim card at...
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga (C) of the National Super Alliance coalition holds a new sim card at an Airtel telecommunications shop as part of his party's campaign to boycott three big companies, including telecoms giant Safaricom, in Nairobi, Kenya November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/MOBILE PHONES
RTX3HXQC
October 24, 2017
Palestinians wait to get their SIM card from Al-Wataniya Mobile Palestine after it launched services...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians wait to get their SIM card from Al-Wataniya Mobile Palestine after it launched services...
Palestinians wait to get their SIM card from Al-Wataniya Mobile Palestine after it launched services in Gaza City October 24, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
LEONE-MUDSLIDE/
RTS1BY1Q
August 15, 2017
Passengers get new SIM cards for their cellphone upon arrival at the Lungi boat jetty in Freetown, Sierra...
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Passengers get new SIM cards for their cellphone upon arrival at the Lungi boat jetty in Freetown, Sierra...
Passengers get new SIM cards for their cellphone upon arrival at the Lungi boat jetty in Freetown, Sierra Leone August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/CELLULAR
RTX2U31Z
November 17, 2016
A Palestinian man displays SIM cards of Palestinian Jawwal cellular company in a mobile phone shop in...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian man displays SIM cards of Palestinian Jawwal cellular company in a mobile phone shop in...
A Palestinian man displays SIM cards of Palestinian Jawwal cellular company in a mobile phone shop in Gaza City November 16, 2016. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
APPLE-ENCRYPTION/CELLEBRITE
RTSCTXN
March 30, 2016
SIM cards using for Cellebrite UFED TOUCH, a device for the data extraction from mobile device such as...
Tokyo, Japan
SIM cards using for Cellebrite UFED TOUCH are seen at Tokyo office of Japanese electronics maker Sun...
SIM cards using for Cellebrite UFED TOUCH, a device for the data extraction from mobile device such as mobile phone or smart phone, are seen at Tokyo office of Japanese electronics maker Sun Corp. during a photo opportunity in Tokyo March 30, 2016. Israel's Cellebrite, a subsidiary of Japan's Sun Corp and a provider of mobile forensic software, is helping the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's attempt to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California shooters, the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported on March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Issei Kato
UKRAINE-BUSINESS/
RTSAJX8
March 15, 2016
A man sells Vodafone SIM cards in Kiev, Ukraine, March 15, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
Kiev, Ukraine
A man sells Vodafone SIM cards in Kiev
A man sells Vodafone SIM cards in Kiev, Ukraine, March 15, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
NIGERIA-MTN-GROUP
RTS7F08
November 16, 2015
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa,...
Durban, South Africa
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa, November 16, 2015. Nigeria is standing by a $5.2 billion fine imposed on MTN Group for failing to disconnect unregistered SIM cards though Monday's payment deadline may lapse while a company appeal is considered, Nigeria's telecoms regulator said. REUTERS/Rogan Ward
NIGERIA-MTN-GROUP
RTS7EZS
November 16, 2015
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa,...
Durban, South Africa
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa, November 16, 2015. Nigeria is standing by a $5.2 billion fine imposed on MTN Group for failing to disconnect unregistered SIM cards though Monday's payment deadline may lapse while a company appeal is considered, Nigeria's telecoms regulator said. REUTERS/Rogan Ward
NIGERIA-MTN-GROUP
RTS7EZR
November 16, 2015
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa,...
Durban, South Africa
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa
Travellers walk past an MTN telecom shop at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa, November 16, 2015. Nigeria is standing by a $5.2 billion fine imposed on MTN Group for failing to disconnect unregistered SIM cards though Monday's payment deadline may lapse while a company appeal is considered, Nigeria's telecoms regulator said. REUTERS/Rogan Ward
NIGERIA-MTN-GROUP/
RTS7EGM
November 16, 2015
The logo of MTN telecommunication company is seen printed on a umbrella at a call point along a road...
Lagos, Nigeria
The logo of MTN telecommunication company is seen printed on a umbrella at a call point along a road...
The logo of MTN telecommunication company is seen printed on a umbrella at a call point along a road in Lagos November 16, 2015. Nigeria is standing by a $5.2 billion fine imposed on MTN Group for failing to disconnect unregistered SIM cards though Monday's payment deadline may lapse while a company appeal is considered, Nigeria's telecoms regulator said. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
NIGERIA-MTN-GROUP/
RTS7EGL
November 16, 2015
A billboard advertising MTN telecommunication company is seen along a road in Lagos November 16, 2015....
Lagos, Nigeria
A billboard advertising MTN telecommunication company is seen along a road in Lagos
A billboard advertising MTN telecommunication company is seen along a road in Lagos November 16, 2015. Nigeria is standing by a $5.2 billion fine imposed on MTN Group for failing to disconnect unregistered SIM cards though Monday's payment deadline may lapse while a company appeal is considered, Nigeria's telecoms regulator said. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
NIGERIA-MTN-GROUP/
RTS7EGA
November 16, 2015
A billboard advertising MTN telecommunication company is seen along a road in Lagos November 16, 2015....
Lagos, Nigeria
A billboard advertising MTN telecommunication company is seen along a road in Lagos
A billboard advertising MTN telecommunication company is seen along a road in Lagos November 16, 2015. Nigeria is standing by a $5.2 billion fine imposed on MTN Group for failing to disconnect unregistered SIM cards though Monday's payment deadline may lapse while a company appeal is considered, Nigeria's telecoms regulator said. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
NIGERIA/MTN-GROUP
RTS667V
November 09, 2015
CEO of South Africa's MTN Group Sifiso Dabengwa listens during an interview in this file picture taken...
Johannesburg, South Africa
CEO of South Africa's MTN Group Sifiso Dabengwa listens during an interview
CEO of South Africa's MTN Group Sifiso Dabengwa listens during an interview in this file picture taken April 10, 2013. MTN's largest shareholder, the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), said on November 9, 2015 it wants even more people to take responsibility for the $5.2 billion fine imposed on the company by Nigerian authorities. Dabengwa announced his resignation on Monday, citing the fine imposed for failing to cut off users with unregistered SIM cards. Picture taken April 10, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/Files
NIGERIA/MTN-GROUP
RTS667T
November 09, 2015
CEO of South Africa's MTN Group Sifiso Dabengwa listens during an interview in this file picture taken...
Johannesburg, South Africa
CEO of South Africa's MTN Group Sifiso Dabengwa listens during an interview
CEO of South Africa's MTN Group Sifiso Dabengwa listens during an interview in this file picture taken April 10, 2013. MTN's largest shareholder, the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), said on November 9, 2015 it wants even more people to take responsibility for the $5.2 billion fine imposed on the company by Nigerian authorities. Dabengwa announced his resignation on Monday, citing the fine imposed for failing to cut off users with unregistered SIM cards. Picture taken April 10, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/Files
APPLE-WATCH/
RTR4WMP6
April 09, 2015
An Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is pictured beside an iPhone in this...
Shenzhen, China
Apple Watch look-alike device is pictured beside an iPhone in this illustration photo at a mall selling...
An Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is pictured beside an iPhone in this illustration photo at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern city of Shenzhen April 8, 2015. The device can connect to Apple's iPhone products via bluetooth for calls and message alerts, along with playing music from a connected iPhone. It also accepts a SIM card to make calls and a micro SD card for storage. Included with pre-installed apps and a built-in camera, the device sells between RMB320 (US$41) and RMB550 (US$70.5), according to the manufacturer. Apple Watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, will hit stores on April 24, 2015. Picture taken April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
APPLE-WATCH/
RTR4WMP3
April 09, 2015
Apple Watch look-alike devices, made by a Chinese manufacturer, are displayed at a mall selling electronic...
Shenzhen, China
Apple Watch look-alike devices are displayed at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern...
Apple Watch look-alike devices, made by a Chinese manufacturer, are displayed at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern city of Shenzhen April 8, 2015. The device can connect Apple's iPhone to products via bluetooth for calls and message alerts, along with playing music from a connected iPhone. It also accepts a SIM card to make calls and a micro SD card for storage. Included with pre-installed apps and a built-in camera, the device sells between RMB320 (US$41) and RMB550 (US$70.5), according to the manufacturer. Apple Watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, will hit stores on April 24, 2015. Picture taken April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
APPLE-WATCH/
RTR4WMOX
April 09, 2015
A salesman poses with two Apple Watch look-alike devices, made by a Chinese manufacturer, at a mall selling...
Shenzhen, China
Salesman poses with two Apple Watch look-alike devices at a mall selling electronic products in China's...
A salesman poses with two Apple Watch look-alike devices, made by a Chinese manufacturer, at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern city of Shenzhen April 8, 2015. The device can connect to Apple's iPhone products via bluetooth for calls and message alerts, along with playing music from a connected iPhone. It also accepts a SIM card to make calls and a micro SD card for storage. Included with pre-installed apps and a built-in camera, the device sells between RMB320 (US$41) and RMB550 (US$70.5), according to the manufacturer. Apple Watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, will hit stores on April 24, 2015. Picture taken April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
APPLE-WATCH/
RTR4WMO7
April 09, 2015
A salesman poses with two Apple Watch look-alike devices, made by a Chinese manufacturer, at a mall selling...
Shenzhen, China
Salesman poses with two Apple Watch look-alike devices at a mall selling electronic products in China's...
A salesman poses with two Apple Watch look-alike devices, made by a Chinese manufacturer, at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern city of Shenzhen April 8, 2015. The device can connect to Apple's iPhone products via bluetooth for calls and message alerts, along with playing music from a connected iPhone. It also accepts a SIM card to make calls and a micro SD card for storage. Included with pre-installed apps and a built-in camera, the device sells between RMB320 (US$41) and RMB550 (US$70.5), according to the manufacturer. Apple Watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, will hit stores on April 24, 2015. Picture taken April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
APPLE-WATCH/
RTR4WMMW
April 09, 2015
An Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is displayed at a mall selling electronic...
Shenzhen, China
Apple Watch look-alike device is displayed at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern...
An Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is displayed at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern city of Shenzhen April 8, 2015. The device can connect to Apple iPhone products via bluetooth for call and message alert, along with playing iPhone’s music. It also accepts a SIM card to make calls and a micro SD card for storage. Included with pre-installed apps and a built-in camera, the device sells between RMB320 (US$41) and RMB550 (US$70.5). Apple Watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, will hit stores on April 24, 2015. Picture taken April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
APPLE-WATCH/
RTR4WMMV
April 09, 2015
A salesman looks on as an Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is displayed...
Shenzhen, China
Salesman looks on as Apple Watch look-alike device is displayed at a mall selling electronic products...
A salesman looks on as an Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is displayed at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern city of Shenzhen April 8, 2015. The device can connect to Apple's iPhone products via bluetooth for calls and message alerts, along with playing music from a connected iPhone. It also accepts a SIM card to make calls and a micro SD card for storage. Included with pre-installed apps and a built-in camera, the device sells between RMB320 (US$41) and RMB550 (US$70.5), according to the manufacturer. Apple Watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, will hit stores on April 24, 2015. Picture taken April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
APPLE-WATCH/
RTR4WMMT
April 09, 2015
An Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is displayed at a mall selling electronic...
Shenzhen, China
Apple Watch look-alike device is displayed at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern...
An Apple Watch look-alike device, made by a Chinese manufacturer, is displayed at a mall selling electronic products in China's southern city of Shenzhen April 8, 2015. The device can connect to Apple's iPhone products via bluetooth for calls and message alerts, along with playing music from a connected iPhone. It also accepts a SIM card to make calls and a micro SD card for storage. Included with pre-installed apps and a built-in camera, the device sells between RMB320 (US$41) and RMB550 (US$70.50), according to the manufacturer. Apple Watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, will hit stores on April 24, 2015. Picture taken April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
SINGAPORE-LEEKUANYEW/
RTR4U5TP
March 20, 2015
Flowers and a card with well-wishes are pictured at the Singapore General Hospital, where Singapore's...
Singapore, Singapore
Flowers and a card with well-wishes are pictured at the Singapore General Hospital, where Singapore's...
Flowers and a card with well-wishes are pictured at the Singapore General Hospital, where Singapore's first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew is hospitalised, in Singapore March 20, 2015. Lee remained critically ill, the prime minister's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Timothy Sim
GEMALTO-CYBERATTACK-CEO
RTR4R38I
February 25, 2015
SIM cards lie on a table in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo February 24, 2015. Franco-Dutch...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
SIM cards lie on a table in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo
SIM cards lie on a table in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo February 24, 2015. Franco-Dutch technology firm Gemalto, the world's biggest maker of phone SIM cards, will not pursue any legal action against government agencies it says are probably behind a large-scale hacking attempt as chances of success are nearly nonexistent, CEO Olivier Piou said February 25, 2015. Gemalto makes smart chips for mobile phones, bank cards and biometric passports and counts Verizon , AT&T Inc. and Vodafone among its 450 wireless network provider customers around the world. Picture taken Febryary 24. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW)
GEMALTO-CYBERATTACK-CEO
RTR4R381
February 25, 2015
SIM cards lie on a table in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo February 24, 2015. Franco-Dutch...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
SIM cards lie on a table in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo
SIM cards lie on a table in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo February 24, 2015. Franco-Dutch technology firm Gemalto, the world's biggest maker of phone SIM cards, will not pursue any legal action against government agencies it says are probably behind a large-scale hacking attempt as chances of success are nearly nonexistent, CEO Olivier Piou said February 25, 2015. Gemalto makes smart chips for mobile phones, bank cards and biometric passports and counts Verizon , AT&T Inc. and Vodafone among its 450 wireless network provider customers around the world. Picture taken Febryary 24. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GEMALTO-CYBERCRIME/
RTR4QX48
February 24, 2015
SIM cards are reflected on a monitor showing binary digits in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
SIM cards are reflected on a monitor showing binary digits in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo...
SIM cards are reflected on a monitor showing binary digits in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo February 23, 2015. Gemalto said February 23, 2015 its initial investigations into a report that U.S. and British spies had hacked it systems showed its products were secure and it thus did not expect a significant financial prejudice. The hack into the world's biggest maker of phone SIM cards allowed the spies to potentially monitor the calls, texts and emails of billions of mobile users around the world, the investigative news website reported. Gemalto makes smart chips for mobile phones, bank cards and biometric passports and counts Verizon , AT&T Inc. and Vodafone among its 450 wireless network provider customers around the world. Picture was taken February 23, 2015. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
US-TMOBILE-RESULTS
RTR4BY5A
October 28, 2014
The SIM card for a T-Mobile phone is illustrated in this photograph in Encinitas, California October,...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
The SIM card for a T-Mobile phone is illustrated in this photograph in Encinitas
The SIM card for a T-Mobile phone is illustrated in this photograph in Encinitas, California October, 27, 2014. T-Mobile US Inc on October 27, 2014, posted record subscriber growth in the third quarter on the back of aggressive marketing campaigns, but booked wider-than-expected losses due to the cost of integrating its MetroPCS network. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
AFRICA-SUMMIT/
RTR41C0N
August 05, 2014
African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka (L-R) leads a panel discussion with Carlyle Group...
Washington, UNITED STATES
African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka leads a panel discussion during the U.S.-Africa Business...
African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka (L-R) leads a panel discussion with Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein, Standard Bank Joint Chief Executive Sim Tshabalala, Mo Ibrahim Foundation Founder and Chair Mo Ibrahim, Equity Bank Group CEO James Mwangi, MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga and Heirs Holdings Limited Chairman Tony Elumelu during the U.S.-Africa Business Forum in Washington August 5, 2014. The forum is part of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit bringing nearly 50 African heads of state together for three days of meetings and events. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
MYANMAR-BUSINESS/
RTR40SL2
July 31, 2014
A woman fills up a form as she buys a sim card in a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014. Ooredoo began...
Yangon, Myanmar
Woman fills up form as she buys a sim card in a phone shop in Yangon
A woman fills up a form as she buys a sim card in a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014. Ooredoo began selling SIM cards in Myanmar this week. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MYANMAR-BUSINESS/
RTR40SKZ
July 31, 2014
People gather in a shop to buy Sim cards from Qatar's Ooredoo at a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014....
Yangon, Myanmar
People gather in a shop to buy Sim cards from Qatar's Ooredoo at a phone shop in Yangon
People gather in a shop to buy Sim cards from Qatar's Ooredoo at a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014. Ooredoo began selling SIM cards in Myanmar this week. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MYANMAR-BUSINESS/
RTR40SKY
July 31, 2014
People gather in a shop to buy sim cards at a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014. Qatar's Ooredoo began...
Yangon, Myanmar
People gather in a shop to buy sim cards at a phone shop in Yangon
People gather in a shop to buy sim cards at a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014. Qatar's Ooredoo began selling SIM cards in Myanmar this week. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
MYANMAR-BUSINESS/
RTR40SKC
July 31, 2014
A woman shows a sim card from Qatar's Ooredoo after buying it from a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014....
Yangon, Myanmar
Woman shows a sim card from Qatar's Ooredoo after buying it from a phone shop in Yangon
A woman shows a sim card from Qatar's Ooredoo after buying it from a phone shop in Yangon July 31, 2014. Ooredoo began selling SIM cards in Myanmar this week. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
PAKISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTR404C8
July 25, 2014
An internally displaced Pakistani man waits for his turn to buy a mobile phone sim card at a food distribution...
Bannu, Pakistan
An internally displaced Pakistani man waits for his turn to buy a mobile phone sim card at a food distribution...
An internally displaced Pakistani man waits for his turn to buy a mobile phone sim card at a food distribution center in Bannu in Northwest Pakistan July 25, 2014. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O6E5
May 07, 2014
A man walks past a logo during the presentation the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched...
Paris, France
A man walks past a logo during the presentation the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched...
A man walks past a logo during the presentation the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY LOGO)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O6DJ
May 07, 2014
Journalists attend the presentation of the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's...
Paris, France
Journalists attend the presentation of the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's...
Journalists attend the presentation of the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY LOGO)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O6DE
May 07, 2014
Huawei CEO Richard Yu holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Paris, France
Huawei CEO Richard Yu holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Huawei CEO Richard Yu holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O6CX
May 07, 2014
The Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies is displayed during...
Paris, France
The Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies is displayed during...
The Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies is displayed during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O6CH
May 07, 2014
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Paris, France
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O6C2
May 07, 2014
Huawei CEO Richard Yu holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Paris, France
Huawei CEO Richard Yu holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Huawei CEO Richard Yu holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O6AC
May 07, 2014
Hostesses hold the the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Paris, France
Hostesses hold the the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Hostesses hold the the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O69P
May 07, 2014
The Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies is displayed during...
Paris, France
The Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies is displayed during...
The Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies is displayed during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O677
May 07, 2014
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Paris, France
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUAWEI-TECH-MOBILEPHONE/
RTR3O676
May 07, 2014
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
Paris, France
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies...
An hostess holds the Huawei's new smartphone, the Ascend P7, launched by China's Huawei Technologies during a presentation in Paris, May 7, 2014. The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ZIMBABWE-LIFE
RTR3JQF1
April 03, 2014
Qualified carpenter Alex Mhazo sells mobile phone cards in central Harare, in this picture taken April...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Qualified carpenter Alex Mhazo sells mobile phone cards in central Harare
Qualified carpenter Alex Mhazo sells mobile phone cards in central Harare, in this picture taken April 1, 2014. On Harare's hardscrabble streets, college graduates compete with peasants scratching out a living selling anything from mobile phone cards to herbal sex tonics, a measure of the decline of Zimbabwe's "Sunshine City" under President Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe's economy shrank 45 percent in the decade to 2009 due to plummeting farming output and hyperinflation. It bounced back for three years after Zimbabwe dropped its own currency and adopted the dollar, but it has since stagnated as companies have failed to find the cash to grow. Picture taken April 1, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
ZIMBABWE-LIFE
RTR3JQEN
April 03, 2014
Thulisa Sibanda feeds her son as she waits for clients to buy mobile phone cards in central Harare, April...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Thulisa Sibanda feeds her son as she waits for clients to buy mobile phone cards in central Harare
Thulisa Sibanda feeds her son as she waits for clients to buy mobile phone cards in central Harare, April 1, 2014. Sibanda is a qualified home based care nurse but could not find a job after completing her course. On Harare's hardscrabble streets, college graduates compete with peasants scratching out a living selling anything from mobile phone cards to herbal sex tonics, a measure of the decline of Zimbabwe's "Sunshine City" under President Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe's economy shrank 45 percent in the decade to 2009 due to plummeting farming output and hyperinflation. It bounced back for three years after Zimbabwe dropped its own currency and adopted the dollar, but it has since stagnated as companies have failed to find the cash to grow. Picture taken April 1, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS POLITICS)
THAILAND-PROTEST/
RTR3GDDI
March 10, 2014
An anti-government protester holds up a SIM card before cancelling their AIS subscription during a rally...
Bangkok, Thailand
An anti-government protester holds up a SIM card before cancelling their AIS subscription during a rally...
An anti-government protester holds up a SIM card before cancelling their AIS subscription during a rally at the Shinawatra building in central Bangkok March 10, 2014. AIS was founded by Thaksim Shinawatra, brother of current Prime Minister Yingluck. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IFN
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IF5
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IF3
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IEZ
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IEY
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IEX
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IEV
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
VODAFONE-GERMANY/
RTX13IET
September 12, 2013
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12,...
Dortmund, Germany
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone in Dortmund
A SIM card of Vodafone is pictured in front of a letter of Vodafone Germany in Dortmund September 12, 2013. A hacker has gained access to one of Vodafone Germany's servers and has stolen the personal data of about 2 million customers, the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW LOGO)
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