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recorded message

n
(Telecommunications) telecomm words spoken by someone and recorded electronically in order to be replayed again in future, esp automatically over the phone
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It's either a recorded message or no one there or someone does speak but it's nothing I want.
TERROR groups have circulated a provocative, recorded message in the Kashmir Valley asking people to avenge the execution of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, intelligence sources said.
It meant students in Huddersfield receiving their awards had a recorded message from the star.
TRA has reminded consumers that the removal of the voice recorded message on the DQ does not mean that consumer will not incur any cost.
A robocall is a recorded message, programmed to play after you answer the phone.
They also receive a recorded message specifically targeted to them in real time.
A recorded message will report the nature of an emergency and relay instructions, if any.
com, also shows that one in four people miss an important call because they are tied up listening to monotonous music or an annoying recorded message.
But the cost of hearing the recorded message is pounds 1.
Studio City, was still saying via recorded message this week that it would be open in "early February" to those calling its new number: (818) 760-3177.
Dolma's mission, and by proxy that of Hugo Latulippe and Francois Prevost, the film's directors, is multifold: to re-expose the people to their leader; to observe, through their reactions to the recorded message, to what extent the Dalai Lama still figures in their lives; and to provide a context for what they observe in Tibet.
The recorded message was heard by dozens of customers in the region who called the NTL faults line to complain about their service.