wireless telephony

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wire′less teleph′ony

wire′less tel′ephone, n.
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When wireless telephony emerged, that previous policy became a disastrous failure.
Although wireless telephony is already an oligopoly, with the top four carriers taking more than 95% market share, in many ways the industry behaves like anything but.
This new infotainment system presently also features on the top variants of the EcoSport, and comes with a refreshed user interface, wireless telephony and audio streaming, integrated satellite-linked navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
New Delhi: Continuing to fall for the second straight session, shares of Reliance Communications on Thursday fell by nearly 5 percent amid buzz that the debt-ridden company is planning to shut down its wireless telephony business.
Reliance Communications, on its part, is all set to finalise deals to merge Aircel Ltd into its own wireless telephony business.
It has also made great advances both in fixed line and wireless telephony and continues to expand its services and product spectrum in a very impressive manner.
He became second lieutenant on July 7, 1918, in a technical capacity in view of his telephony experience and was posted to Port Meadow in August 1918 and then to Wireless Telephony Flight 21st Wing in October which was also based at the aerodrome.
Decibit's WiFi Phone addresses core issues to benefit users of wireless telephony. These issues include answering to health concerns by low antenna radiation exposure, assurance of privacy by encryption and riddance of mobile plans, calling costs and long term contracts.
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, the largest subsidiary of Econet Group is Zimbabwe's largest provider of telecommunications services, providing solutions in mobile and fixed wireless telephony, public payphones, internet access and payment solutions.
If it happened, it will be a very cost effective operation providing quality voice communication, wireless telephony, Internet access.
Tricom is one of only two full service teleco providers in the DR, offering over 800,000 customers cable television, residential and corporate internet/data, as well as fixed and wireless telephony.

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