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Canonical
on 1 August 2013


T-Mobile USA is the newest member of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group. T-Mobile USA reaches almost 300 million American consumers and business people today. As a member of the CAG, T-mobile USA will join discussions to influence the development of Ubuntu for smartphones.

National and multi-national carriers are invited to join the CAG. Members of the CAG participate in confidential briefings on the Ubuntu smartphone roadmap and will have a period of exclusivity to ship Ubuntu in their markets. To join, please contact https://pages.canonical.com/carrier-advisory-group-contact-us.html. For more information please visit: www.ubuntu.com/phone/carrier-advisory-group.

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