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Dutch carrier KPN might have done it first as a publicity stunt, but Chinese carrier Unicom is seemingly offering pocket enlargements as a serious but publicity focussed service for iPhone 6 Plus buyers, reports Ubergizmo.

It is offering in-house pocket enlargement to customers who pick up Apple’s largest iPhone ever. China Unicom has actually hired a group of tailors to provide this service at many of its stores across the country.

If you own a 6 Plus, how are you finding its pocketability? And if you’d been offered a pocket upgrade when you collected it, would you have taken advantage? Let us know in comments.

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