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Synonyms for landline

a telephone line that travels over terrestrial circuits

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He expects homes and companies located far from fixedline networks to benefit from the new services, adding: "This could be the only opportunity for rural businesses to have fast, mobile data communication.
Omantel, he said, was also ready for competition in the fixedline category.
So far there are no announced plans to consolidate the fixedline operator Telmex and America Movil into one operation.
3 million fixedline subscribers as of 2009 while du had 160,000 fixed line telephones as of third quarter 2009.
CTE is the European, Middle Eastern and African operation of China Telecom, the world's largest fixedline operator.
He also says if you have fixedline broadband it is worth checking with your existing supplier first to see if they can offer you a combined mobile and fixed line deal - this can be costeffective and makes keeping track of your bills a lot easier.
Shares in the firm rose more than 4% after watchdog Ofcom removed the last major piece of regulation in the retail fixedline telephone market.
Badsey, near Evesham, is one of only ten sites selected for testing Broadband Enabling Technology (BET), a new fixedline solution for delivering broadband over much longer distances.
By the end of this year, China's fixedline and mobile phone subscribers will account for 27.
If we stick with our current core businesses, the fixedline business will go into decline.
Vodafone customers who have phones equipped with GPRS technology--which provides speeds similar to fixedline Internet dial-up--can access ringtones via the company's Vodafone live
These features are regarded as technology "cool-aid", pointing to the failure of bandwidth management to live up to its previous billing in the fixedline networking world.
India's regulatory authority, the TRAI, is currently grappling with the issue of access across the three segments: mobile (cell), fixedline, and limited mobility wireless, while recognising that universal service obligations apply only to the fixed-line segment.
This draft Telecom Policy 2014 has integrated the fixedline mobile and broadband policies which were issued separately in 2003 and 2004 respectively.