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  • The Amazon smartphone: Prime Data
  • The Amazon smartphone: Prime Data
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The Amazon smartphone: Prime Data

Rumours that e-commerce overlord Amazon is planning on releasing a smartphone have long circulated. New rumours suggest that not only could it really be happening, but that it will be accompanied by a revolutionary data plan which will change the way we use mobile internet.



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