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Questionnaire of the Wikipedia Mobile Readers Survey 2011

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Thank you for taking the time to participate in our survey today. We truly appreciate that you were interested in contributing. Unfortunately, the parameters of this study don’t match your background. We hope that you will participate in future studies that are a closer match to your background.

Section I: Introduction & Screener[edit]

  • S0. In which language would you prefer to take this survey?
    • Arabic (ar) - العربية
    • English (en) - English
    • French (fr) - Français
    • German (de) - Deutsch
    • Japanese (ja) - 日本語
    • Portuguese (pt) - Português
    • Russian (ru) - Русский
    • Spanish (es) - Español
    • Turkish (tr) - Türkçe
    • Simplified Chinese (zh-hans) - ‪中文(简体)‬
    • Traditional Chinese (zh-hant) - ‪中文(繁體)‬
Welcome

Welcome to Wikipedia’s Mobile Survey. The survey is being conducted by the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit organization that operates Wikipedia and its sister sites across the globe.

Your answers will help us understand how we can improve your mobile Wikipedia experience. Our survey has about 60 questions and will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.

Please complete Wikipedia’s Mobile Survey if you agree to spend a reasonable effort and time to complete this survey. There are no right or wrong answers; we only want an honest and thoughtful response from you.

How will we use this information?

By taking this survey, you allow us to use your responses and comments for analysis and research, and you agree to donate them in the public domain. We may share your responses and comments with researchers and others. However, we will not include your name, address, telephone number, or email information with respect to responses and comments that we share publicly.

If you have any questions about this survey, or concerns about confidentiality, please feel free to contact the team conducting the survey: survey@wikimedia.org

  • S2. Are you 14 years of age or older?
    • Yes
    • No
  • S3. Which language of Wikipedia do you read primarily?
    • Arabic
    • English
    • French
    • German
    • Japanese
    • Portuguese
    • Russian
    • Spanish
    • Turkish
    • Simplified Chinese
    • Traditional Chinese
    • Other
  • S4. In which country do you live?
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “A” (ARABIC) AT S3]
      • Saudi Arabia
      • Egypt
      • Algeria
      • Morocco
      • Jordan
      • Kuwait
      • Tunisia
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “B” (ENGLISH) AT S3]
      • United States
      • United Kingdom
      • Canada
      • India
      • Australia
      • Germany
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “C” (FRENCH) AT S3]
      • France
      • Canada
      • Belgium
      • Switzerland
      • Morocco
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “D” (GERMAN) AT S3]
      • Germany
      • Austria
      • Switzerland
      • Other
    • [AUTOPUNCH “JAPAN” IF PUNCH E (JAPANESE) AT S3]
      • Japan
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “F” (PORTUGUESE) AT S3]
      • Brazil
      • Portugal
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “G” (RUSSIAN) AT S3]
      • Russia
      • Ukraine
      • Belarus
      • Kazakhstan
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “H” (SPANISH) AT S3]
      • Mexico
      • Spain
      • Colombia
      • Argentina
      • Chile
      • Venezuela
      • Peru
      • United States
      • Ecuador
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “I” (TURKISH) AT S3]
      • Turkey
      • Germany
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “J” (SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) OR “K” (TRADITIONAL CHINESE) AT S3]
      • China
      • Taiwan
      • Hong Kong
      • United States
      • Canada
      • Other
  • S5A. Do you own or have access to a mobile or cellular phone?
    • Yes
    • No
  • S5B. Which of the following electronic devices do you own or have access to?
      • A desktop computer
      • A laptop computer or netbook
      • A tablet such as an iPad
      • A digital music player such as an iPod
      • A portable gaming device such as a PSP or Nintendo DS
      • An e-reader such as an Amazon Kindle
      • None of the above
  • S6. How often have you accessed Wikipedia articles on your mobile phone in the past 6 months?
    • Never
    • Rarely
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Extremely Often


Section II: Mobile Subscription and Data Usage[edit]

In the following section, we are going to ask you some questions about your mobile phone ownership and subscriptions, as well as look into your overall mobile habits.

  • A1. A smartphone provides a QWERTY (full keypad) or a touchscreen interface, interactive games and applications (e.g. social networking), and Internet on-the-go (e.g. full browsing experience, news, email).
    A feature phone is not as advanced as a smartphone and provides voice calling, text messaging and occasionally Internet access. They cannot “sync” with computers or allow for multi-tasking.
    A basic phone is not as advanced as a feature phone and provides mostly voice calling and text messaging (does not allow for Internet Browsing).
    What type of phone do you have?
    • A smartphone (such as an iPhone, Nokia 8, BlackBerry Curve, Motorola Droid, Samsung Galaxy)
    • A feature phone (such as an LG Cosmos, Nokia C2, Samsung Reality)
    • A basic phone (such as a Nokia S40, LG 420, Samsung Messenger)
    • I don’t know
  • A2. What type of operating system (OS) do you currently have on your mobile phone?
    • Apple iOS
    • Android
    • Bada
    • BlackBerry RIM
    • HP/Palm WebOS
    • Linux
    • Symbian
    • Windows Mobile / Windows Phone Classic
    • Windows Phone 7
    • Other
    • I don’t know
  • A3. Which of the following carriers or providers is your primary cell phone service? If you have more than one cell phone service, please choose the one you use most often.
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “12” AT S4 (INDIA)]
      • Airtel
      • Reliance
      • BSNL
      • Teleservices
      • Cellular
      • Vodafone
      • Aircel
      • Uninor
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “26” AT S4 (BRAZIL)]
      • Vivo
      • Claro
      • TIM
      • Oi
      • NEXTEL
      • CTBC
      • Sercomtel Celular
      • Unicel
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “2” AT S4 (EGYPT)]
      • Mobinil
      • Vodafone
      • Etisalat
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “44” AT S4 (TURKEY)]
      • Turkcell
      • Vodafone
      • Avea
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “9, 41 OR 50” AT S4 (US)]
      • Verizon Wireless
      • AT&T/Cingular
      • Sprint-Nextel
      • T-Mobile
      • TracFone Wireless
      • MetroPCS
      • U.S. Cellular
      • Alltel
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “10” AT S4 (UK)]
      • T-Mobile/Orange
      • O2
      • Vodafone
      • 3
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “14, 22, 45” AT S4 (GERMANY)]
      • T-Mobile
      • Vodafone
      • E-Plus
      • O2
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “E” AT S3 (JAPANESE)]
      • NTT docomo
      • Au
      • SoftBank Mobile
      • Willcom
      • EMOBILE
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “29” AT S4 (RUSSIA)]
      • MTS
      • Beeline
      • MegaFon
      • Tele2 Russia
      • Sky Link
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “16” AT S4 (FRANCE)]
      • Orange
      • SFR
      • Bouygues
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “49” AT S4 (CHINA)]
      • China Mobile
      • China Unicom
      • China Telecom
      • Other
    • [SHOW IF PUNCH “50” AT S4 (TAIWAN)]
      • Chunghwa Telecom
      • Taiwan Mobile
      • FarEasTone
      • Other
  • A4. Do you currently pay for a data plan that allows you to access web information, send emails, browse the web, watch videos, etc. online?
    • Yes
    • No
    • I don’t know
  • A5. Which of the following statements best describes the structure of your data plan?
    • I have a pre-paid plan
    • I pay for a fixed amount of data at the end of the month
    • I pay for unlimited data usage at the end of the month
    • None of the above
  • A6. What prompted you to sign up for a data plan on your mobile phone?
    • To have access to social networking sites like Facebook, Myspace and Orkut
    • To search for information on the Internet
    • To have access to sports & entertainment news
    • To have access to current news stories
    • To search for information in Wikipedia
    • To have access to email
    • To have access to maps, location & GPS services
    • To use instant messaging services like AIM or BBM
    • Other
  • A7. Which of the following statements best describes how expensive your data plan is relative to other expenses that you have?
    • It is not a significant monthly expense for my household
    • It is a significant monthly expense, but I am not concerned about it
    • It is a significant monthly expense and my household actively manages our usage
    • It is expensive and my household struggles to afford it
    • It is expensive and we will likely stop using it due to the cost
  • A8. If certain mobile phone service providers provided Wikipedia for free on their data plans, how might that impact your actions? Please choose all that apply.
    • I would use Wikipedia more
    • I would be more likely to buy from that mobile provider
    • I would switch my service provider for free access to Wikipedia
    • It would not make a difference to me
  • A9. Which of the following situations makes it difficult for you to read Wikipedia articles on a mobile phone? Please select your top 3 reasons.
    • Requires too much data usage
    • Difficult to read
    • My mobile phone provider or mobile phone is slow
    • My mobile phone or browser doesn’t display Wikipedia pages correctly
    • My mobile phone or browser can’t render Wikipedia pages in my language
    • Other
  • A10. How much more would you read Wikipedia articles on your mobile phone if it didn’t require as much data usage?
    • Significantly more
    • Somewhat more
    • No change--about the same

Section III: General Wiki Mobile Usage[edit]

In the following section, we are going to ask you some questions about how and why you read Wikipedia on different types of devices.

  • B1A. Which language version(s) of Wikipedia do you read? Please choose all that apply.
    • Arabic (اللغة العربية)
    • Assamese (অসমীয়া)
    • Bengali (বাংলা)
    • Bodo (बड़ो)
    • Chinese (中文)
    • English
    • French (Français)
    • German (Deutsch)
    • Gujarati (ગુજરાતી)
    • Hindi (हिन्दी)
    • Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
    • Italian (Italiana)
    • Japanese (日本語)
    • Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ )
    • Korean (한국어/조선말)
    • Malayalam (മലയാള ം)
    • Marathi (मराठी)
    • Oriya (ଓଡ଼ିଆ)
    • Persian (زبان فارسی)
    • Polish (Polski)
    • Punjabi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ)
    • Portuguese (Portuguesa)
    • Russian (русскоязычный)
    • Simplified Chinese (官话)
    • Spanish (Español)
    • Tagalog (Wikang Tagalog)
    • Tamil (அமில்)
    • Telugu (తెలుగు)
    • Thai (ภาษาไทย Phasa Thai)
    • Traditional Chinese (官話)
    • Turkish (Türk)
    • Urdu (اردو)
    • Vietnamese (tiếng Việt)
    • Zulu (isiZulu)
    • Other
  • B1B. Which language Wikipedia do you primarily read on your mobile phone? Please choose one.
  • B1C. On which devices do you plan to read Wikipedia articles in the next year (even if you currently read articles on them now)? Please select all that apply.
    • A desktop computer
    • A laptop computer or netbook
    • A tablet such as an iPad
    • A mobile or cellular phone
    • A digital music player such as an iPod
    • A portable gaming device such as a PSP or Nintendo DS
    • An e-reader such as an Amazon Kindle
    • None of the above
  • B2A. Below is a list of activities some people may do regularly on their mobile phone. Please select the ones you do (if at all) in a typical week.
    • PRODUCTIVITY
      • Read Wikipedia
      • Send or read Email
      • Read newspaper articles
      • Finding specific information relevant to your location
      • Searching for information using a search engine like Google
    • COMMUNICATION & SOCIAL MEDIA
      • Reading or posting on social networking websites like Facebook, Orkut or Google+
      • Texting/SMS
      • Accessing Twitter or similar micro-blogging websites
      • Instant messaging services like AIM or BBM
      • Blogging or reading blogs
      • Virtually “checking into” at places you visit on sites like Foursquare or Facebook
    • ENTERTAINMENT
      • Sharing/viewing photos
      • Downloading or listening to music
      • Playing online games like Farmville
      • Playing games downloaded on your phone like Angry Birds
      • Listening to the radio/podcasts
      • Sharing/watching videos
    • FINANCING & SPENDING
      • Using a feature/app for mobile banking
      • Online mobile shopping
    • Other
  • B2B. Think about all the times you have read articles in Wikipedia. On which devices have you EVER read Wikipedia? Please select all that apply.
    • A desktop computer
    • A laptop computer or netbook
    • A tablet such as an iPad
    • A mobile or cellular phone
    • A digital music player such as an iPod
    • A portable gaming device such as a PSP or Nintendo DS
    • An e-reader such as an Amazon Kindle
  • B4. Approximately how long do you spend reading Wikipedia articles on your mobile phone on average each week, in minutes?
    • _________ minutes
  • B5A. Below is a list of general Wikipedia activities that some people may do regularly on their computer. For each one, please indicate which of the following you like to do on a laptop/desktop computer.
    • Read articles for specific information I am searching for
    • Read featured articles
    • Browse articles casually
    • Look up current events
    • Submit bugs or errors found on the site
    • Save an article on my computer to read later
    • Email articles to read later
    • Email articles to read across devices
    • Search in multiple languages
    • Other
    • None of the above
  • B5B. Of the following activities that you do on your laptop/desktop computer, please indicate how frequently you do each of them on average each week.
    • Not Very Frequently
    • Very Frequently
  • B6A. Below is a list of general Wikipedia activities that some people may do regularly on their mobile phone. For each one, please indicate which of the following you like to do on your mobile phone.
    • Read articles for specific information I am searching for
    • Read featured articles
    • Browse articles casually
    • Look up current events
    • Submit bugs or errors found on the site
    • Save an article on my phone to read later
    • Email articles to read later
    • Email articles to read across devices
    • Search in multiple languages
    • Other
    • None of the Above
  • B6B. Of the following activities that you do on your mobile phone, please indicate how frequently you do each of them on average each week.
    • Not Very Frequently
    • Very Frequently
  • B7. When you need to do one of the following activities, how do you do it?
    • I click on a mobile app which I previously downloaded to my phone
    • I open the program through my phone’s hard disk (note: this is anything that comes pre-loaded in on your phone)
    • I open a mobile web browser to access and do the activity
    • I do not do this on my phone
      • Read Wikipedia
      • Check social media updates
      • Read news
      • Search for information
  • B8. Which of the following experiences have you had in the past while using Wikipedia on your mobile phone? Please select all that apply.
    • Page loaded slowly because I did not have a fast mobile Internet connection
    • Page loaded slowly because I have had an older or slower phone
    • I received an error message
    • I was unable to open a page and/or received an error message
    • Page loaded slowly because there were too many pictures or images
    • I lost access to the page before I had finished reading it
    • I was unable to find the information that I was looking for
    • None of the above
  • B9. Have you ever used a Wikipedia app (whether an online or offline one) before?
    • Yes
    • No
    • Not sure
  • B10. Which third party online and/or offline Wikipedia apps have you used? Please choose all that apply.
    • ONLINE APPS
      • Discover
      • Wapedia
      • Quickpedia
      • Wikihood
      • Simplepedia
      • Wikipedia
      • 3 Degrees of Wikipedia
      • Articles - The Wikipedia App
      • Wiki Hunt
      • WikiWiki
      • iWiki
      • Wikiamo
      • Wikipanion
      • Wikipedia 3N
      • World Wiki
      • None of the above
    • OFFLINE APPS
      • Kiwix
      • Wikipanion
      • Wikipedia Reader
      • The Offline Wikipedia
      • Offline Wiki Pro
      • WikiTaxi
      • Wikipedia Search
      • Pocket Wikipedia
      • All of Wikipedia
      • WikiDroid for Wikipedia
      • WikiPock
      • None of the above
  • B11. Which of the following sites have you visited on your mobile phone?
    • m.wikipedia.org (or xx.m.wikipedia.org)
    • mobile.wikipedia.org
    • wikipedia.org
    • I don’t know

Section IV: Mobile Access to Wikipedia[edit]

The next section is about how you access, search and use Wikipedia on a mobile phone.

  • C1. Where do you access Wikipedia on your mobile phone?
    • In my home
    • In my office
    • In a public library
    • At a school/university
    • In a retail store
    • At an airport
    • At a hotel
    • At a bar or restaurant
    • At an Internet shop/café
    • At a post office
    • At a copy making store
    • In public transit like while traveling on bus or train
    • Other
  • C2. Thinking about each time you access Wikipedia on your mobile phone, how much time do you spend on the site on average?
    • Less than a minute
    • 1 – 5 minutes
    • 6 – 10 minutes
    • 11 – 30 minutes
    • 31 – 60 minutes
    • More than an hour
  • C3. How do you primarily access articles on Wikipedia from your mobile phone?
    • I search specifically for a topic on Wikipedia.org
    • I use a search engine and Wikipedia is the first result
    • I use a search engine and look for Wikipedia in the search results
    • I use a bookmark
    • I go directly to Wikipedia.org
    • I use a Wikipedia search tool provided with my phone
    • I use a Wikipedia app on my phone
    • Other
    • I am not sure
  • C4. How would you ideally like to access Wikipedia on your mobile phone?
    • Search specifically for a topic on Wikipedia.org
    • Use a search engine to access Wikipedia as the first result
    • Use a search engine to look for Wikipedia in the search results
    • Use a bookmark
    • Go directly to Wikipedia.org
    • Use a Wikipedia search tool provided with my phone
    • Use a Wikipedia app on my phone
    • Other
    • I am not sure
  • C5. How much more would you access Wikipedia on your mobile phone if it were easier or faster?
    • Significantly more
    • No change--about the same
    • Somewhat more
  • C6. Why do you choose to access Wikipedia content on your mobile phone? Please select all that apply.
    • It is more convenient for finding information while I am on-the-go
    • I usually need to access Wikipedia information when I am on-the-go
    • I read Wikipedia only on my mobile phone when I don’t have access to a computer or Internet connection
    • Wikipedia is easier to navigate from my mobile phone
    • My mobile phone is the only way that I can access the Internet or Wikipedia
    • I can load it faster on my mobile phone than other devices
    • Other
  • C7. How you would rate your experience navigating and accessing articles within Wikipedia on your mobile phone?
    • Not Good At All
    • Very Good
  • C8. On a scale from 1-10, how important are the following changes to you for improving navigation within Wikipedia on your mobile phone?
    • Not Important At All
    • Very Important
      • A glossary/list of sections of an article at the top of the page that you can click to go directly to the section in which you are interested
      • The ability to expand or collapse (show & hide) sections in an article
      • The ability to set any page in Wikipedia as the home page for Wikipedia on your mobile phone’s browser
      • An easy-to-find search box on each page

Section V: Attitudes & Preferences for Wikipedia User Experience[edit]

The next few questions are about your attitudes and preferences regarding your mobile device and overall Wikipedia usage.

  • D1. How would you rate the search accuracy of Wikipedia in terms of providing you with the exact information you needed?
    • Not Accurate At All
    • Extremely Accurate
      • On a mobile phone
      • On a PC
  • D2A. Are you a registered user of Wikipedia? For instance, do you have a login account with a username and password?
    • Yes
    • No
  • D2B. Have you EVER edited Wikipedia (for instance, fixed a mistake or changed spelling)?
    • Yes, I have edited Wikipedia
    • No, I have never edited Wikipedia
    • No, I didn't know that anyone can edit Wikipedia
  • D2C. How would you ideally like to contribute to/edit Wikipedia?
    • Via the mobile Wikipedia site
    • Through a Wikipedia-approved mobile application
    • On a computer
    • Via a text message that will be uploaded to Wikipedia directly
    • Through a voice-to-text mobile app
    • Other
  • D3. If Wikipedia were to launch new features that were BUILT INTO Wikipedia’s mobile site, how likely would you be to use the following features to edit or engage with Wikipedia?
    • Not at all likely
    • Not too likely
    • Somewhat likely
    • Very Likely
    • Extremely Likely
      • A feature that allows you to upload pictures from a mobile device to Wikipedia
      • A feature that allows you to rate Wikipedia articles on a scale
      • A feature that allows you to create new articles
      • A feature that allows you to do make small edits like edit a paragraph or sentence
      • A feature that allows you to save articles to read or edit offline
      • A feature that allows you to check for vandalism on your phone
  • D4. On a scale from 1-10, how likely would you use each of the mechanisms below if Wikipedia offered them?
    • Not Likely At All
    • Extremely Likely
      • A feature that allows you to email articles to others
      • A feature that allows you to post an article to social networking sites (e.g., Facebook)
      • A feature that allows you to download articles as a PDF
      • A feature that allows you to view articles in a printer-friendly format
      • A feature that allows to you to “Like” articles using Facebook
      • A feature that allows you to text (or SMS) a link to the article
      • A feature that allows you to show others what Wikipedia articles you have recently viewed
  • D5. What would you want included on the main page of the mobile Wikipedia website? Please select your top 3 choices.
    • Search box
    • News of the day
    • Featured articles
    • Top searches that day
    • Top searches of all time
    • Top edited articles that day
    • Top edited articles of all time
    • Most recent articles created
    • List of categories for search
    • Random article selection
    • Engaging audio and/or visual content
  • D6. How would you prefer to read Wikipedia articles on a mobile phone?
    • Scrolling up and down to see additional information needed
    • Scrolling horizontally to see additional information needed
    • Expanding and collapsing sections of the article needed
    • No scrolling or expanding, just a brief summary page
  • D7. Below is list of user experiences that you might have had while reading Wikipedia on your mobile phone. On a scale from 1-10, please review each one and indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statements.
    • Strongly Disagree
    • Strongly Agree
    • The fonts are too small
    • The fonts do not display correctly and/or I only see boxes
    • It is hard to search for information
    • It is hard to locate the search box
    • The images in the article are difficult to see or do not show up properly
    • The text formatting in the article does not fit on my phone screen
    • The text formatting are hard to read
    • The boxes on the right side of the screen don’t render properly
    • It is hard for me to click on links to other sources or references in the articles
    • There is too much white space in the page
    • I have to scroll down the images to read the article
    • I have to zoom to be able to read the article
  • D8. On a scale from 1-10, please indicate how the following issue(s) affect your experiences with Wikipedia on your mobile phone.
    • Highly discourage me from using Wikipedia
    • Does not bother my Wikipedia experience
    • N/A
  • D9. While looking for information in Wikipedia, which format would you most prefer?
    • A short introduction that covers a topic at a high level
    • A small information box of content
    • A lengthy article that covers a topic in detail
  • D10. In which way would you prefer to read Wikipedia on your phone?
    • Landscape (horizontal)
    • Portrait (vertical)
    • My phone can only support one viewing mode
    • I do not know

Section VI: Mobile App and Device Usage[edit]

The next few questions are about your attitudes and preferences regarding your mobile app and device usage.

  • E1. Please select which of the following apps you have and use on your mobile phone to access information.
    • A news website app (i.e. New York Times, CNN, Al Jazeera, BBC)
    • An app that allows you to read content later(i.e. Instapaper, Read It Later)
    • A reading/RSS app (i.e. Pulse, Flipboard, Reeder, Zite)
    • An app for a news aggregating website (i.e. Huffington Post)
    • Other
    • None of the above
  • E2. When are you planning to buy or receive your next phone?
    • In less than a month
    • In 1 to 6 months
    • In 6 months to 1 year
    • In 1 to 2 years
    • In more than two years
    • I don’t know
  • E3. Are you considering buying a smartphone as your next phone?
    • Yes
    • No

Section VII: Closing Questions[edit]

The last few questions are about you and will help us describe the kinds of people who took part in the survey. They are only used for classification purposes.

  • G1a. What is your age?
    • ______________
  • G1b. What is your gender?
    • Male
    • Female
    • Transgender
    • Transsexual
  • G2. Are you currently enrolled in school or university?
    • Yes
    • No
  • G3. Given your best estimate, what is your annual income? Please select your currency and enter the amount in the space provided.
    • Albanian Lek (ALL):__________
    • Algerian Dinar (DZD): __________
    • Argentine Peso (ARS): __________
    • Australian Dollar (AUD): __________
    • Azerbaijan Manat (AZM): __________
    • Belarusian Ruble (BYR): __________
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible Mark (BAM): __________
    • Brazilian Real (BRL): __________
    • Bulgarian Lev (BGN): __________
    • Canadian Dollar (CAD): __________
    • Chilean Peso (CLP): __________
    • Chinese Yuan (CNY): __________
    • Colombian Peso (COP): __________
    • Egyptian Pound (EGP): __________
    • Euro (EUR): __________
    • Hong Kong Dollar (HKD): __________
    • Indian Rupee (INR): __________
    • Indonesian Rupiah (IDR): __________
    • Japanese Yen (JPY): __________
    • Jordanian Dinar (JOD): __________
    • Kazakhstani Tenge (KZT): __________
    • Kenyan Shilling (KES): __________
    • Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD): __________
    • Lebanese Pound (LBP): __________
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