Exchange Usa Clarifies Iphone 5c And 5s Availability

USA Counts On ‘Modern Family’ To Draw Wider Crowd

The phones are available for purchase through the online store or to those local to the Norfolk, VA area through their Hampton storefront. There has been some confusion among the Exchange USA clientele about what exactly is being offered here. Exchange USA would like to clarify that both the iPhone 5c and 5s are being included in the military loan program. That’s two different products, both available at great rates. The differences in the two iPhones are as follows: iPhone 5s: Dual-core CPU Quad-core GPU 12-megapixel camera with a dual-LED flash Choice of 3 colors including Gold and Silver Aluminum Body iOS 7 IGZO Screen technology Fingerprint Reader for added security iPhone 5c: Dual-core CPU Tri-core GPU 8-megapixel camera with LED Flash Choice of White or one of 6 Pastel Colors Plastic Body iOS 7 Retina display Offering the active duty military community fair financing terms on lifestyle purchases that may otherwise become a financial burden is an honor for Exchange USA. Providing those who defend our freedoms an opportunity to have a few of the finer things in life is one of the company’s highest priorities, and the goal at all times is to provide the best of the best in top name brand home electronics, home furnishings, car accessories and performance parts, rims, truck lift kits, jewelry, appliances, scooters, musical instruments, fitness equipment, and wireless devices. Terms are offered on US military loans, which are available to all active duty servicepersons regardless of rank, pay grade, or credit standing. Active duty personnel with good credit, bad credit, or no credit are all equally eligible to apply. If granted, there is no interest for the first 90 days, and the rates thereafter are kept low. Applications are always available online, and approval of up to $10,000 is instant in some cases. Exchange USA is located in the historic downtown Phoebus section of Hampton, Virginia.

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Get Modern Family News and alerts free to your inbox Tune in to the NBCUniversal -owned cabler and chances are you might see something a little dark: a scene from the sometimes-morbid Law & Order: SVU or the determined pursuit of a national threat on NCIS. In days to come, the network is prepared to offer something different: laughter. On Sept. 24, USA begins to air 9 hours a week of Modern Family, the 20th Century Fox-produced comedy that has been a ratings and ad-sales bright spot at ABC. On USA, the genre has been in short supply: the last time the network showed an acquired comedy series was in the fall of 1993, when it aired repeats of CBS laffer Major Dad. By bringing a popular sitcom to USA, the network hopes to broaden the mix of people watching regularly, said ChrisMcCumber, USAs president, even as it seeks to add original comedies to a stable of dramas that includes Psych, Suits and Covert Affairs. Weve built a very loyal audience, but now its about making sure were bringing new people into the tent, said McCumber, who was granted sole oversight of USA just last week, after longtime corporate partner Jeff Wachtel was given a broader programming role at NBCUs cable operations. Thats what Modern Family can do for us. And more. With its spate of popular programs, USA is often viewed as NBCUs crown jewel. But there may be a call for this bauble to shine more brightly. The amount of money USA secures in fees from cable, satellite and telecom distributors is significantly less than some rivals, and NBCU CEO Steve Burke has made gaining parity a priority in days ahead. In 2013, USA secures 71 cents per subscriber per month, according to SNL Kagan, but rival TNT is able to get $1.24, while sports-oriented ESPN notches a whopping $5.54. The addition of Modern Family has the potential to make a broad-skewing network even wider in scope, McCumber suggested. USA executives see only an 8% overlap between the networks audience and viewers of Modern Family on ABC.

USA and Sub-Saharan Africa will see increased trade growth, says DHL

and were very pleased to see the U.S. governments willingness to break down trade barriers to achieve this. The IMFs Regional Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa report found that economic activity in the region is projected to expand by about 5% in 2012 and 2013, a similar pace to that observed in 201011. Key markets driving this growth are Nigeria, Ghana, Mozambique, Mauritius and South Africa. The express company has seen a similar picture appearing between the US and various African trade lanes, with larger, more developed economies like South Africa, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana and Angola boasting strong double digit growth on both inbound and outbound volumes. However, according to their shipment figures, it is the smaller, rising economies that are seeing a major boom, with Somalia, Mayotte, Guinea-Bissau and South Sudan seeing meteoric increases in imports from the U.S., and Comoros, Eritrea, South Sudan and Liberia enjoying significant demand for exports to the States. The USA and Africa have historically enjoyed favourable trade conditions based on the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) of 2000, says Ian Clough, CEO for DHL Express USA. We are confident that, when this legislation is reviewed , there will be further benefits for both U.S. and African businesses looking to build cross-border business opportunities. According to statistics released at the AGOA Forum in Addis Ababa last month, U.S. total trade with sub-Saharan Africa (exports plus imports) has grown more than 250 percent , to $72.3 billion in 2012 from $28.2 billion in 2001, the first full year of AGOA trade. There is no doubt that there is commitment to trade growth from the respective governments, and these figures will continue to rise, concludes Brewer. It is now the role of the private sector and the thousands of SMEs looking for opportunities to take advantage of this growth, and build success on this lucrative trade lane. Distributed by the African Press Organization on behalf of Deutsche Post DHL.