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 exciting AirPods include a host of new features and benefits including more talktime, voice-activated Siri access, ultra-clear sound, automatic pause and charging on the go.
The AirPods include a host of new features and benefits, including more talktime, voice-activated Siri access, ultra-clear sound, automatic pause and charging on the go.
Mophie has released new iPhone Juice Pack Air battery cases for Apple's current iPhone models, all of which promises to add substantial talktime before needing a charge.
Josh Hepple, 28, established counselling charity TalkTime Scotland to celebrate his graduation from Stirling University.
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.
The advent of Reliance Jio has led to a price war, leading to steeply decreasing prices of data and talktime. The likes of Airtel and Vodafone have since rolled out special offers that provide unlimited data and calling at significantly cheaper prices in order to retain users under its network.
It conveniently allows the smart phone to operate for 460 hours on stand-by mode apart from facilitating 6 hours of talktime. The handset also has micro-SD support.
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.
Post-Paid One India, One Rate (599 plan) users can make calls at flat outgoing rate of 30 paise/minute anywhere in the country after the free (700 min talktime) minutes are over.
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.