fixed-line

fixed-line
fixed-line UK US adjective [before noun]
COMMUNICATIONS used to describe traditional phone services that use cables, rather than mobile phone services: »

Most fixed-line providers offer indirect access, which means subscribers also have to pay line rental to cable companies.

See also LANDLINE(Cf. ↑landline)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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