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This article was published on November 28, 2013

Firefox OS smartphones launch in Hungary, Greece, Serbia and Montenegro, will debut in Asia next year

Firefox OS smartphones launch in Hungary, Greece, Serbia and Montenegro, will debut in Asia next year
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Firefox OS devices are now available in Serbia, Montenegro, Hungary and Greece, bringing the tally for Mozilla’s fledgling mobile operating system up to 13 countries worldwide.

Starting today, the network operator Telenor is offering the Alcatel One Touch in Serbia, Hungary and Montenegro. It plans to bring Firefox OS devices to Asia in the new year, although the company refrained from naming any specific markets. Rival carrier Deutsche Telekom, meanwhile, began offering the Alcatel One Touch through its Telekom brand in Hungary and COSMOTE brand in Greece earlier this month.

The first Firefox OS handsets launched in Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Brazil last month, as well as in the US and the UK through a dedicated eBay store in August. Firefox OS devices are now also available in Spain, Colombia, Venezuela, Poland and Germany.

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