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a. A traditional telephone line in which a telephone is connected to the public network by cables.
b. Telephone service provided by such cables: I don't have a landline; please call me on my cell phone.
2. An aboveground communications cable on land.
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Noun1.landline - a telephone line that travels over terrestrial circuits; "a land line can be wire or fiber optics or microwave"
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CRA engaged with telecom service providers to discuss solutions and resolve the complaints related to billing, weak mobile network coverage, weak Internet speed, fixed-line disconnection, delays in service installation, and activation.
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The UAE has started to allow fixed-line users to switch operators, according to Osman Sultan, the CEO of the country's second telecom operator, Du.
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Meanwhile, etisalat may conclude a long-delayed deal to allow competition in UAE fixed-line telecommunications services by the end of 2014, according to a Reuters report, quoting a company document.
21 November 2013 a[euro]" Sweden-based telecommunications company Tele2 may dispose of some fixed-line assets in the Netherlands and focus chiefly on mobile operations, Bloomberg reported today, citing CEO Mats Granryd.
Greek telecoms giant OTE plans to cut 1,100 jobs at its domestic fixed-line business, in the former state monopoly's latest move to reduce legacy costs.
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A Vodafone spokeswoman said in an e-mail yesterday the civil action in Milan stated that Telecom Italia committed a series of abuses from 2008 to 2013 "with the intention and effect of impeding growth in competition in the Italian fixed-line market".

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