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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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Kamil Abu Rokon told the residents of Gaza in a video recorded message that the Hamas terrorist organizations, which rules the coastal enclave, was strengthening relations with Iran at their expense.
Upon answering the call to your landline a recorded message plays which states that it is an emergency call from your bank, but does not specify which bank they are calling from.
The recorded message referred to a free consultation available to members from an Industry Fund Services (IFS) licensed financial planner.
Dubai: A young Emirati girl got more than just a recorded message from the Dubai Ruler for UAE National Day.
Vice President Leni Robredo sparked a political firestorm last year when she criticized the government's drug war in a recorded message to a side meeting of a United Nations conference in Vienna.
The firm also broke the rules by not including a company name and contact details in the recorded message.
The business broke the law because it did not have the consent of the people it was calling and also failed to include the company's name and contact details in its recorded message.
The first recorded message, advising a two-hour delayed opening on Tuesday, was sent to 1,900 phone numbers shortly after.
It's either a recorded message or no one there or someone does speak but it's nothing I want.
On getting through to this number a recorded message told me that the number was no longer used, and I know for a fact that it has been out of use for a number of months now.
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.
But when you greet the 'caller' a recorded message plays.