Recent Examples of telephony from the Web
The biggest consumer hits in India have been goods and services that offer stonking value: scooters and mobile telephony have grown fast, but only after prices tumbled.
In the era when communications meant telephony, every call went through, and your phone company could not cut off your call or edit the content of your conversations.
The release of a working CDMA telephony stack shows that Microsoft still hasn't given up on the idea of some kind of Windows device offering some kind of phone-like capabilities.
That’s how iPhone rose to prominence, after all: by ripping a hole in popular understanding of mobile telephony and introducing a totally new paradigm.
In part, this is simply a function of the way mobile telephony works.
The challenges now facing Verizon and AT&T—fierce competition from budget mobile operators and the convergence of telephony with broadband and TV—have dogged the European market for some years.
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First Known Use of telephony
TELEPHONY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of telephony for English Language Learners
: the use of a telephone system to send and receive sounds over long distances
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