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Mobile & Wireless

Softbank shops robbed of iPhone 5s

Monday 24 September 2012 | 11:33 CET | News
Japanese operator Softbank Mobile has confirmed that 206 items, including 145 iPhone 5 handsets, were stolen from its Kujo store in Osaka and two other shops on 21 September, reports the Nikkei. Other stolen merchandise includes mobile Wi-Fi routers and digital photo frames. A total of 149 documents with customer names, addresses and other personal information from customer orders were taken from two of the three shops. There have been no reports so far that the information has been misused.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Softbank
Countries: Japan
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