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  Tele2.com Fixed telephony
Fixed telephony is still a significant product area in terms of operating revenue, with over 10 million customers in Europe.
The fixed telephony market is showing a downward trend, largely due to an increase in the use of mobile phones at the expense of landlines.
Tele2 is offering fixed telephony either through an IP telephony solution or traditional fi xed telephony bundled with broadband services.
www.tele2.com /pages/Normal.aspx?id=162   (157 words)

  
 PTS - Press releases
More people are doing without a fixed telephone; young people often only use a mobile telephone 2006-11-30
Seven per cent of Swedes have cancelled their fixed telephony subscriptions and are only making calls using a mobile telephone; this is a considerable increase compared to the previous year, when four per cent of Swedes had made this choice.
Swedish telecom consumers can freely choose which suppliers to subscribe to and get one bill for their fixed telephony, regardless of which company they make their calls with.
www.pts.se /Nyheter/presslista.asp?Sectionid=861&Itemid=&Languageid=EN   (995 words)

  
 WELCOME TO ATHENS - Travel Tips - Fixed Telephony - Mobile Telephony
The main telecommunications provider in Greece is the state-run OTE, but there are also many private companies that offer fixed telephony services.
They sell pre-paid calling cards that you can use even from pay-phones.The prices are affordable, giving you control over your call expenses The prices of the pre-paid calling cards vary from 3 euros to 15 -20 euros.
The mobile telephony companies expanded at a rapid pace an they have a very good coverage.The continuous investments in the advanced technology constantly enhance their quality, effectiveness and prices-quality balance.
www.akropol.net /travel_tips/travel_tips_telephony.htm   (274 words)

  
 TELEPHONY Online | Intelligence for the broadband economy
Telephony's Tim McElligott and Jason Meyers talk about the concept of business transformation and what it means for telecom service providers, and discuss the upcoming TeleManagement World event and what major trends attendees can expect to see covered there--including the insight of an operations expert from entertainment media for the first time...
Telephony's Business Transformation supplement investigates how service providers are transforming their networks to optimize their businesses and operations.
Telephony's Ask the Experts forums combine advice and solutions from reputable industry specialists on a myriad of technology and service subjects.
telephonyonline.com /.../telecom_fixed_wireless_back/index.html   (682 words)

  
 Telenor's Annual Report 2003: Operations: Fixed
Revenues from fixed telephony have seen a slight drop, but are compensated through increased revenues from ADSL and wholesale.
Through Fixed Norway, Telenor is the leading supplier of fixed network services to the Norwegian market.
Fixed Sverige also holds an ownership share of 37.5% in Glocalnet AB, a listed company providing fixed network services to the Swedish residential market.
www.telenor.com /reports/2003/operations/fixed   (831 words)

  
 Subscriber Data - Fixed Telephony Subscriber
The total installed capacity for fixed lines in Nigeria is 1,102,844, while the total number of connections as at June 2003 is 724,790.
The breakdown for the total number of fixed telephone connections is presented in table 7.
Nearly all of Nitel’s fixed lines are delivered to subscribers via copper cable, while PTO lines are in the main, wireless connections.
www.ncc.gov.ng /industrystatistics/sdfixedtelephony.htm   (177 words)

  
 Mobile telephony subscribers outnumber fixed telephony subscribers
The number of fixed-line telephony subscribers in the nine months of this year has increased by 31 500 and totaled 886 000, fact that determined the rise in the penetration rate of this kind of telephony per one hundred inhabitants up to 26.1 percent.
Investments in the fixed telephony sector in the period of 1 January – 1 October 2005 amounted to 474.0 million lei, by 147.4 million lei more than those made in the mobile telephony sector.
Some 99.4 percent of the total fixed telephony subscribers are of SA “Moldtelecom”, 0.5 percent of State Enterprise “Moldova’s Railway” and 0.1 percent of the alternative operators.
economie.moldova.org /stiri/eng/6740   (540 words)

  
 Telephone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also known as Internet telephony, IP Telephony is a service based on Voice over IP (VoIP), a disruptive technology that is rapidly gaining ground against traditional telephone network technologies.
There are many IP Telephony providers in the market (such as Packet8, Vonage, and Sunrocket) at the moment, and statistics suggest over 40% of the world population will have switched to VoIP by year 2010.
IP telephony uses a broadband Internet connection to transmit conversations as data packets.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fixed_telephony   (2611 words)

  
 Telephony - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rapid advancement in digital electronics is revolutionizing telephony by providing alternate means of voice communication than that provided by traditional telephone systems.
IP Telephony is a modern form of telephony which uses the TCP/IP protocol popularized by the internet to transmit digitized voice data.
Digital telephony is a technology used in the provision of digital telephone services and systems.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Telephony   (293 words)

  
 Dr. Dobb's | Mobile VoIP Poised To Surpass Fixed Net Telephony | September 18, 2006
Although mobile phone VoIP is still a rarity today, the upgrade of CDMA2000 1x EV-DO to Revision A beginning in 2007 and the upgrade of W-CDMA to 3G Long Term Evolution (LTE) beginning in 2010 will hasten the move to cellular VoIP by service providers, the market research firm said.
Analysys said fixed and mobile voice minutes will be made up of 28 percent cellular VoIP by 2015 in the U.S. The percentage will be 23 percent in the same year in Europe.
Focusing on the competition between cellular VoIP and wide area wireless telephony, Analysys predicted that cellular VoIP will dominate over various local area and broadband wireless deployments including WiMAX.
www.ddj.com /dept/mobile/193001566   (475 words)

  
 WebWire® | Telenor to introduce flat telephony rates
Also for the first time, Telenor offers flat rates for broadband telephony, as well as a new subscription plan for mobile telephony with an unlimited amount of call minutes during evenings and weekends included in the monthly charge.
Broadband Telephony Pluss is offered at NOK 159 per month, and includes an unlimited amount of call minutes to fixed-line and broadband phones and no set-up charge (if you cancel your fixed-line subscription a monthly line access fee of NOK 60 will be applicable, today line access is included in the monthly fixed-line charge).
The Pluss subscription plan is suitable for customers who make frequent domestic and international calls, as well as frequent calls to mobile phones, and who want to bring their costs under control (e.g.
www.webwire.com /ViewPressRel.asp?aId=11029   (838 words)

  
 RIA Novosti - Opinion & analysis - Fixed telephony operators may lose clients
Accordingly, every call from a fixed phone to a cell phone will be effected via the intermediary, classified as zonal and charged at a particular rate.
Shocked with the news, operators of both fixed and mobile phone communication systems announced they were not ready to switch over to a new pattern of work.
Indeed, in addition to waiting for his or her turn in order to install a fixed phone at home, paying a $200 installation fee and monthly user's tariff, one will be charged for calling to cell phones.
en.rian.ru /analysis/20050606/40479734.html   (805 words)

  
 French Mobile Telecom profits surpasses those from fixed telephony in 2005 - Phoneyworld.com
French telecoms and media regulator Arcep’s statistics for Q1 2005 show that traditional telephony has fallen again, in favour of mobile phones and VoIP.
Fixed telephony’s revenues fell by 7.1 percent to EUR 3 billion.
Mobile phone revenues were up eleven percent to EUR 4 billion and are now greater than turnover from fixed telephony.
www.phoneyworld.com /newspage.aspx?n=1365   (201 words)

  
 ACN - one world, one vision
With the arrival of ACN in Spain, fixed telephony users will be able to benefit from an attractive alternative for national, international and local calls.
By selling its fixed telephony services through the Relationship Marketing system, ACN saves on advertising, marketing and promotion, and this results directly in better rates for customers and remuneration opportunities for representatives.
With more than 600,000 European fixed telephony customers, ACN reached the continent in 1999 and to date has invested 60 million euros in its growth in Europe.
www.acninc.com /acn/no_en/about_us/news/spain_launch.jsp   (693 words)

  
 FORTHnet Directory: Fixed Telephony   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fixed telephony services (local, international, national, mobile calls) charging lower prices.
Fixed voice services as well as search of dealers all over Greece.
Alternative fixed telephony services by Telefon Hellas, exclusive contributor of TelePassport Hellas.
dir.forthnet.gr /950-0-en.html   (142 words)

  
 Forthnet Fixed Telephony
Forthnet is the first private telecommunications provider that provides you with the opportunity to make telephone calls from your fixed telephone set, from every place in Greece, in very competitive rates.
Subscribe to Forthnet national 12 program and enjoy free local and domestic long distance calls every day 20:00 - 08:00, all weekend...
local, fixed to mobile) and enjoy the most competitive rates (there is a monthly fixed charge according to the categories selected).
www.forthnet.gr /templates/locate.aspx?c=676&language=en   (284 words)

  
 Comverse Updates MyCall Fixed Mobile Telephony Software
Inc., has announced the availability of a new release of MyCall Converged Communications, an integrated fixed and mobile communication solution for delivering seamless consumer services over fixed broadband and mobile networks.
The same number can be used to call all devices, there is a shared contact list among all devices and all the services use the same billing mechanism.
MyCall enables operators to offer fixed-mobile service bundles, such as ‘My Mobile on My PC,’ which is designed to increase both ARPU and subscriber loyalty,” said Benny Einhorn, CMO of Comverse.
www.tmcnet.com /channels/triple-play/articles/7676-comverse-updates-mycall-fixed-mobile-telephony-software.htm   (367 words)

  
 InfoCom Telecommunications Consultancy
Incumbent market share for fixed voice business traffic under pressure
Fixed line voice minutes continue to drop in 2005
Market shares for incumbent fixed telephony operators continue to decline in 2005
www.infocom-de.com /press.html   (282 words)

  
 Ofcom deregulates retail fixed telephony
This ends a 22-year-old piece of regulation, implemented when the UK fixed telecoms monopoly was privatised.
After the finalisation of the market review in 2002, Ofcom stated that retail price controls were to be fixed for four years and then reviewed.
The European Commission notes in its 11th implementation report that the UK fixed line market is one of the most competitive in Europe.
www.ovum.com /go/content/c,65490   (532 words)

  
 Light Reading - TeliaSonera Opens Swedish Network - Telecom News Wire
Several operators could sell services that are included in fixed telephony subscriptions today.In addition, customer will have greater freedom of choice to select a customised, personal solution and the services that will be included in the subscriptions.
A fixed telephony subscription consists of several parts today - the connection to the copper network, telephony service, customer service, and associated services such as voicemail and caller ID. Today, customers who only use an ADSL connection for their communications must also pay for fixed telephony and related services that are not utilised.
Services that are included in fixed telephony subscriptions today could be sold by more operators, either as combined or as separate services.
www.lightreading.com /document.asp?doc_id=44406   (799 words)

  
 Telephony Internet Computers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
According to the nation?s three mobile telephony service providers, the number of people who connected to the Internet with handsets topped 20 million last...
In 1994, we were already buying commercial softphone applications for PC to PC telephony.
This integration eliminates the maintenance costs of managing on-premise telephony, Internet service, and guest services systems as hotel and hospitality...
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Computers/Internet/Telephony   (469 words)

  
 The switch from fixed to mobile telephony services: price makes a difference   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Both sets of users are increasingly using mobile telephony as their primary phone.
A 2005 comparison study with PPP adjustment of mobile pricing in the 30 OECD-countries, indicates that in 23 member countries using mobile telephony was cheaper than using fixed telephony.
Much can be said about the level of mobility development in these countries, where the use of mobile devices and services is highly popular, but the pricing of mobile telephony is not yet lower than fixed telephony.
www.the3gportal.com /3gpnews/archives/007618.html   (686 words)

  
 Powertec Telecommunications f221m Ericsson GSM Fixed Wireless Terminal, Fixed Cellular Terminal FCT FWT f220, f221, ...
The F221m Fixed Cellular Terminal is a triple band GSM terminal to which traditional fixed telephony and data equipment can be connected.
The F221m Fixed Cellular Terminal is ideal for Maritime applications and currently used by navy, ferries and general shipping worldwide.
The F221m Fixed Cellular Terminal provides services through the GSM network which depending on the operator facilities and type of line (analogue-digital) can no be supported by a fixed line (e.g.
www.powertec.com.au /fct.php/product/f221m   (481 words)

  
 The Hindu Business Line : Fixed wireless telephony — SC asks Reliance Info to pay ADC
The apex court said that fixed wireless telephone was equivalent to mobile service and therefore 24 lakh Reliance Infocomm FWT subscribers will now have to pay ADC.
Earlier, the Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) had given a similar ruling that fixed wireless terminal (FWT) phone was equivalent to a limited mobile service and not a fixed line telephone.
In September 2005, responding to Tata Teleservices petition against BSNL, the tribunal rejected the challenge and said that `Walky' was actually a WLL (M) service, with limited mobility, and not a fixed telephone service, contrary to the licence granted to the company.
www.thehindubusinessline.com /2006/02/07/stories/2006020702170400.htm   (412 words)

  
 CIOL : News : VOIP a major threat to fixed lines
Fixed-line telephony, already challenged by mobile phones, will come under more pressure from cheap or free calls made over the Internet and this may force telecoms firms to change business models, industry experts say.
Skype, too, will charge for calls from the computer to a public telephone number, fixed or mobile, when it introduces that option in the first half of this year, Zennstrom said.
Telecoms operators say the impact from Internet telephony was still limited by the hardware people need to install and its price, but that it could become big in the future.
www.ciol.com /content/news/2004/104020907.asp   (938 words)

  
 Fixed wireless back in favor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nextlink officials said that over the next few years, the average cellular tower will require an average of 30 Mb/s backhaul capacity to support the wealth of mobile data and content applications that are just beginning to surge in popularity.
Although backhaul opportunities make service providers enamored of fixed wireless, vendors like Aperto Networks and TeleCIS Wireless say the emergence of more portable fixed wireless solutions will do their part to win over end users well before alternatives like Mobile WiMAX are available.
Telephony is the leading publication for all communications service providers: new and incumbent, wireline and wireless.
telephonyonline.com /wireless/technology/telecom_fixed_wireless_back/index.html   (1396 words)

  
 Fixed Voice Telephony Glossary of Terms, Worldwide, 2006
This report provides a glossary of terms encountered with fixed network voice telecommunications.
It defines and cross-references the terms used in Gartner research as they pertain to fixed voice telecommunications.
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www.gartner.com /DisplayDocument?doc_cd=140901   (223 words)

  
 Fixed Telephony Will Soon Be Buried by Mobile Lines - Due to attractive offers and good services - Softpedia
Fixed Telephony Will Soon Be Buried by Mobile Lines
A much more convenient solution is the one presented by mobile operators, which started an aggressive campaign trying to persuade more users to give up on their landline subscriptions.
On the other hand, mobile operators should focus more on convincing users that mobile telephony is no longer a luxury service and having a mobile phone is common sense in today's society.
news.softpedia.com /news/Fixed-Telephony-Will-Soon-Be-Buried-by-Mobile-Lines-14820.shtml   (313 words)

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