a facility enabling customers to make use of banking services, such as oral payment instructions, account movements, raising loans, etc, over the telephone rather than by personal visit
noun 1. a book, directory, or the like, usually containing an alphabetical list of telephone subscribers in a city or other area, together with their addresses and telephone numbers.
noun 1. a more or less soundproof booth containing a public telephone.
noun 1. an apparatus, system, or process for transmission of sound or speech to a distant point, especially by an electric device. verb (used with object), telephoned, telephoning. 2. to speak to or summon (a person) by telephone. 3. to send (a message) by telephone. verb (used without object), telephoned, telephoning. 4. to send a […]
noun 1. a telecommunications facility to which subscribers’ telephones connect, that switches calls among subscribers or to other exchanges for further routing.