talktime


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talktime

(ˈtɔːkˌtaɪm)
n
the amount of time for which a subscriber can use a mobile-phone network
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The plan priced at RO2 gives customers 25 minutes of talktime during which they can receive incoming calls, make local calls within the roaming country and also make outgoing calls to Oman.
Tenders are invited for Comprehensive Maintenance Of Integrated Talktime Management System In Rajya Sabha Chamber in connection with Annual Maintenance Operation 2017-18 : Audio Visual And Presentation System, Parliament House, New Delhi.
The advent of Reliance Jio has led to a price war, leading to steeply decreasing prices of data and talktime.
It conveniently allows the smart phone to operate for 460 hours on stand-by mode apart from facilitating 6 hours of talktime.
It has all the essentials for a mobile-first world such as built-in torchlight up to 20 hours of talktime outstanding battery life (up to 21 days for the Dual SIM) MP3 playback of up to 50 hours FM radio playback of up to 45 hours and a VGA camera.
The battery on the phablet is a 2800 mAh which gives 8 hours of talktime and 200 hours standby time.
On the connectivity front, the Bolt A69 supports Bluetooth, GPRS/ EDGE and Wi-Fi and comes loaded with 1800 mAh battery, which claims to deliver upto 350 hours of standby mode and upto 7 hours of talktime.
Mobile phones then were barely portable, weighing in at almost a kilogram, costing several thousand pounds and, in some cases, with little more than 20 minutes talktime.
The real concessions come with the run-of-the-mill 3megapixel camera and a mediocre battery that'll have you hunting for the charger after four hours of talktime.
Offering the ability to add upto 480 minutes of standby time and 60 minutes of talktime, the Juice Bar is available for a range of mobiles.
It also offers 12 hours talktime and 150 hours standby.