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mobile

Military medicine
adjective Capable of moving or being moved from place to place and designed to operate tactically in that manner.

Vox populi-UK
noun Cell phone.

MOBILE

Abbreviation for:
More Patency With Beta Radiation for In-Stent Restenosis in the Lower Extremity
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* In MEA, there will be 1 billion (58% of Middle East and Africa's population) mobile users by 2022, up from 798 million in 2017.
After DIRBS implementation on December 1, 2018 any new mobile device programmed with a non-standard IMEI number will be considered as non-compliant device and shall not be allowed any mobile connectivity/service in Pakistani territory as per PTA/DIRBS regulations.
* Engagement: Gives members omnichannel access to their rewards card, points balance, rewards certificates, rewards redemption and program details via SMS text, mobile app, mobile wallet, Facebook, and email.
Since businesses require constant communication, so one just can't imagine any business without the use of mobile phones.
Today, T-Mobile is aping things up by quadrupling the speeds for mobile hotspot data on the T-Mobile ONE plan and introducing new 24 hour high-definition (HD) Day Passes.
In the Mobile-First stage, marketers develop strategies that specifically target mobile consumers.
The conference is opening strong with the CMO Mobile Summit, a whole-day conference discussing how marketers can equip their arsenal with mobile.
Banham's speech will cover key trends in mobile fraud cases, examine current mobile security practices, and reveal the innovative security features embedded in Omlis' mobile payment solution technology.
Germany - 19 million daily active users (DAU), 25 million monthly active users (MAU), 13 million mobile DAU, 18 million mobile MAU
Gemalto's backend platforms are pre-integrated with the mobile wallet.
30 November 2012 -- Mobile banking is on the rise in the US, according to a new report from San Francisco, USA-based Javelin Strategy & Research.