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TBSAL Looking Georgia,Turkey,Iraq,Morocco,Haiti,Nicaragua,Bolivia,Venezuela,Zambia
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TBSAL Looking Georgia,Turkey,Iraq,Morocco,Haiti,Nicaragua,Bolivia,Venezuela,Zambia
Dear Partner,
we need stable non-cli route For Pure Retail & Clean Traffic, if you can provide below route, Please feel free to contact me a through Skype or send email.

Georgia Mobile All-----USA & EU Originated Retail Traffic
Turkey Mobile All---USA & EU Originated Retail Traffic
Iraq Mobile All----USA & EU Originated Retail Traffic
Morocco Mobile All----USA & EU Originated Retail Traffic
Haiti Mobile All----USA & EU Originated Retail Traffic
Nicaragua Mobile All---USA & EU Originated Clean Traffic
Bolivia Mobile All---USA & EU Originated Clean Traffic
Venezuela Mobile All---USA & EU Originated Clean Traffic
Zambia Mobile All---USA & EU Originated Clean Traffic

Payment Option: (1/1;3/1/7/1)

Best Regards,

Tom Reed
Carrier Relations Manager
Telecom Business Systems America LLC

Skype:live:tom_20581

Mail:tom@bs-americallc.com
whatsApp:+ (1860) 849 7729

18 SCHAEFER ST #2, BROOKLYN, NY- 11207
NEW YORK,USA
Business Phone:+ (1860) 849 7729
http://www.bs-americallc.com
04-29-2021 12:28 PM
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