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add-on

a feature that can be added to a standard model or package to give increased benefits
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add-on

[′ad‚ȯn]
(computer science)
A peripheral device, such as a printer or disk drive, that is added to a basic computer.
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add-on

(1) Software that adds functionality to an existing application. See plug-in.

(2) Hardware that is installed into an existing system. See add-in.
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The More Data add-ons are valid up to the next billing cycle or the data quota renewal date, whichever is later.
He further details how the team first disabled signing of new add-ons and then immediately push a hotfix which suppressed re-validating the signatures on add-ons.
It is understood that those add-ons are not transferable to Leicester.
One of those add-ons was triggered on Sunday when Manchester United's defeat to lowly West Brom saw Man City crowned champions.
The last of Barcelona's three bids was APS118m - which included add-ons totalling in excess of APS30m based on Coutinho winning the Ballon d'Or and other built-in clauses.
Users should make sure to delete all add-ons for the game that was uninstalled too:
Westminter, CA, November 02, 2017 --(PR.com)-- In this latest update for Voice Changer Software Diamond, Audio4fun published a new list of free add-ons which are fully compatible with the new version 9.5 and can be downloaded anytime from their Add-on Store.
We developed these custom add-ons for your Sage 100 and Sage 300.
BARCELONA, Dhu-AlHijjah 3, 1438, Aug 25, 2017, SPA -- Barcelona have completed the signing of attacking midfielder Ousmane Dembele from Germany's Borussia Dortmund on a five-year-deal for a club-record 105 million euros ($124 million) plus add-ons, the Spanish team said on Friday.
Barcelona's bid, which consisted of a guaranteed PS82.1m (90m euros) plus around PS36.5m in add-ons depending on the player's progress at Camp Nou, would have made Coutinho the secondmost expensive footballer in history behind Brazil team-mate Neymar, the man Barca want him to replace.
Etisalat announced an offer of 25GB free data with the subscription of mobile add-ons to enable its business customers to stay connected with their clients at all times and increase business efficiency.