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Microsoft partners with B2X to provide customer service for Lumia devices

Microsoft is no longer providing support for Lumia devices. The company has partnered with B2X to provide customer service for Lumia devices, which is apparently a “Microsoft authorized customer service provider”. If you have recently used the official Microsoft Support website to get some help regarding your Lumia smartphone, you might have noticed the message […]
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