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fixed-line

Devices connected by cable. For example, cable, DSL and FiOS are fixed-line Internet services in contrast to 3G/4G cellular. A fixed-line phone is wired to a telephone jack on the wall, in contrast to a mobile phone.
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Fixed-line services are to be introduced in the Northwest Federal District this week by MegaFon, a mobile operator in Russia with a fixed-line licence.
New Delhi [India], July 5 ( ANI ): Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani on Thursday announced the launch of fixed-line broadband services Jio GigaFiber.
The ministry said in a report that the number of fixed-line phone subscribers increased by 3.6%, up from 6.38 million subscribers in January 2017.
The opening up of the fixed-line market to competition is initially restricted to the consumer market, and there is a limit to how many users can switch operator each month, Sultan told Reuters.
The government initially focused on fixed lines setting out ambitious plans to increase fixed-line teledensity.
Etisalat has blamed a recent drop in fixed-line average revenue on people opting to use Internet-based phone calls, or voice-over Internet protocol, or VoIP.
An alternative to the divestment could be an overhaul of the fixed-line infrastructure so that it could deliver faster Internet services, Granryd added.
The job losses, which represent about 13% of the fixed-line unit's total workforce, will be made through voluntary redundancies, Chief Executive Michael Tsamaz told analysts late on Thursday.
technically ready to use each other's fixed-line infrastructure, they had been
We believe that the Russian telecommunications market is experiencing a structural transition which will lead to a larger mobile segment driven by data services while the share of fixed-line telephony, an outdated service type, gradually declines.
Telkom South Africa has agreed to sell its CDMA-technology business in Nigeria and keep its fibre-optic division to benefit from a possible surge in demand for data and fixed-line services in Africa's most populous country.
Summary: The country's sole fixed-line operator fell to $64.3 million due to the cost of launching a 3G service.

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