French telephone

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Synonyms for French telephone

telephone set with the mouthpiece and earpiece mounted on a single handle

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3 million pieces of French telephone data were recorded by the NSA between Dec 10, 2012 and Jan 8, 2013 were "shocking.
Further, an appellate court reversed a lower court's judgment of acquittal and held that Filetech had committed a criminal offense of invading the privacy rights of the French telephone subscribers wishing removal of their names.
Restrictions on overseas calls into the French telephone system mean home-based fans have a much better chance of getting one of the 90 operators staffing the hotline.
The French telephone number every ticketless member of the Tartan Army needs to call on Wednesday is 00331 49 87 53 54.
For example, all French Cartes Bancaires can be used in much of the French telephone system.
He was instrumental in convincing German and French telephone giants to cough up $4.
The French telephone company is active in the global telecommunications marketplace, as are US West and most of the other Bell operating companies.
The French telephone directory is available for searching and the Paris Airport Authority provides information from Orly and Charles DeGaulle airports.
By 1980, over 70 per cent of equipment ordered for the French telephone network was of the electronic TDM type, and since then all new equipment has comprised TDM switching units and compatible digital transmission systems.
3 million French telephone calls and emails in one 30-day period.
swept up 70 million French telephone records and text messages and recorded some private conversations.
In February, Allocate, a French telephone company was awarded a US$149 million contract to install 400,000 new cellular connections by ICE.
When telling people your e-mail address over the phone you've got as much chance of them getting it right as you have of leaving your name correctly with a French telephone receptionist.
John LaMacchia, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cincinnati Bell, said that by taking these steps now, Cincinnati Bell will capture the future benefits of today's lower interest rates, improve the company's future cash flow, and more conservatively value its French telephone marketing business in its financial statements.
This may be partly explained by restrictions on overseas calls into the French telephone system.