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English translation: which changed the number of users from x million users to a limited number of users..

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18:00 Apr 6, 2004
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Law: Contract(s)
Spanish term or phrase: pasando de
Esta enmienda fue elaborada por SAVILLE en donde el punto mas relevante fue el licenciamiento del software base, pasando de licencias para dos milliones de suscriptores a uso limitado.

This amendment was drafted by SAVILLE, wherein the most significant item was the licensing of the base software, which went from licenses for two million subscribers to limited use licenses. (?)
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English translation:which changed the number of users from x million users to a limited number of users..
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which changed the number of users from x million users to a limited number of users..


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