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B2X becomes Microsoft’s global customer service partner for Lumia and Feature Phones

A couple of days back, we reported that Microsoft has partnered with B2X to provide customer service for Lumia devices. Today, B2X announced on their website that they have become Microsoft’s primary aftersales partner for mobile devices in more than 130 countries. It includes both Lumia and Feature Phones manufactured by Microsoft. B2X will provide […]
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