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Synonyms for dial

the marked outer surface of an instrument


to communicate with (someone) by telephone

Synonyms for dial

the face of a timepiece

the control on a radio or television set that is used for tuning

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the circular graduated indicator on various measuring instruments

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a disc on a telephone that is rotated a fixed distance for each number called

operate a dial to select a telephone number

choose by means of a dial

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Users' mobile dialler accounts are topped up when the dealer receives the payment.
You just transfer mobile phone credit -- instead of cash -- to me and I'll turn on your mobile dialler account," he said.
The dialler requires access to the Internet and an account with VoipSwitch's Call-to-PBX and enables consumers to make and receive calls, use voicemail, dial from contact lists or record calls.
Communication between registered users is free and the Call-to-PBX dialler can use contacts from the iPhone.
A spokesperson for BT said that it has led the way in trying to tackle Internet diallers, and has ploughed resources and time into developing new products - which it hopes will build on its previous efforts.
By using Script-Aware Predictive Dialler with Synthesys.
Contact centre services and solutions company Sabio is to deploy a predictive dialler in Cardiff, UK, for Conduit, an Irish-based provider of directory assistance services.