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FIFA confirms paying $700,000 owed to Super Falcons for World Cup participation
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FIFA confirms paying $700,000 owed to Super Falcons for World Cup participation

World football governing body, FIFA, has confirmed it has paid Nigerian Football Federation the outstanding $700,000 owed to the Super Falcons for participation in the 2019 Women’s World Cup. Nigeria's women's team, the Super Falcons participated in the Women's World cup in June 2019 and as […]

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Verizon activates 5G service in New York City, Panama City and Boise

Verizon activates 5G service in New York City, Panama City and Boise




Kyle Malady, Verizon’s executive vice president and chief technology officer, said customers can expect to find 5G service in business districts and public spaces where large crowds gather. In NYC, for example, users will have access to the network in the following areas:

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