mobile service


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mobile service

[¦mō·bəl ′sər·vəs]
(communications)
A radiocommunication service between mobile and land stations or between mobile stations.
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HDC 2019 featured a number of key announcements: HUAWEI Mobile Services now boasts over 100 million users outside of China.
During the 2018-19 financial year, the Mobile Service Centres travelled over 60,000 kilometres, assisted over 10,200 customers and visited 410 communities.
Mobile service centres will ensure the provision of facilities to the public at their doorstep.
Furthermore, no interconnection fee or charge shall be imposed by any mobile service provider for domestic calls and SMS made by a subscriber," the MC said.
Further, contact information of Sri Lanka Missions overseas and information pertaining to the services provided by those Missions to Sri Lankans living and travelling abroad will also be made available to the public at the mobile service. In addition to the provision of consular services, the mobile service will also feature activities pertaining to the Economic Diplomacy and Public Diplomacy programmes of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Chief Minister said that 13 services, including driving license, would be provided through police mobile service centre van, while its monthly schedule would be synchronised with NADRA van to facilitate the citizens.
The people of the area were facing great problems to communicate with their loved ones and relatives living elsewhere in the country due to non-availability of service mobile service.
These innovative mobile service stations provide an immediate solution to motorists on the new Expressway, allowing MoTC the time needed to map-out permanent station locations along the road.
Despite its vast network coverage, BTC only has 22 stores across the country which means not all areas are covered hence the mobile service centre which boasts an interior emulating an actual BTC store.
(UAAGI), official distributor of Foton vehicles in the country, introduced their new Easy and Convenient (EC) Mobile Service Truck Program at a brief ceremony at their plant in Clark, Pampanga.
The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), a Internet of Things (IoT) standards body, and the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), the industry forum for developing mobile service enablers, has announced a liaison agreement for working on device management for IoT, the company said.
London: Fitch Ratings says in a new report that the increasing take-up of long-term evolution (LTE or 4G) supports the mobile service revenues of European telecoms operators, but comes at a price as investments in network and spectrum gain importance.

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