Jargon Buster/Glossary

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Jargon Buster/Glossary2017-10-16T12:57:38+00:00

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Sometimes all of the technical language involved with telecommunications can cause confusion. Simplify things with our Jargon Buster!

VoIP stands for Voice over IP. Put simply, VoIP is the technology that allows you to make phone calls over the internet rather than a fixed phone line.
Wi-Fi is a wireless technology that allows devices to connect to networks remotely and without the use of wires.
Session Initiation Protocol by which internet telephony service providers deliver telephone services and unified communications.
Fourth generation networks offering fast data transfer.
Four times a year we will look over your packages and bills to make sure that you are still on the best deal
telecommunications systems using cables laid across land.
Applications, services or resources made available to users on demand via the Internet.
Communication over a distance by cable, telegraph, telephone or broadcasting.
A phone management system.
Mobile broadband (data on the move).
Porting authority code (this enables you to move your existing mobile number to a new network).
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