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dial-up
American English: /ˈdaɪ(ə)l əp/

Translation of dial-up in Spanish:

adjective

  • de acceso telefónico or (in Latin America also)
    conmutado, dial up (Latin America)
    Example sentences
    • Their fate is to now wrestle with dial-up services while they wait for their ISPs to switch them to other DSL carriers.
    • The dial-up service and line quality of Mobisurf and Orbitel got the highest praise.
    • The company currently provides phone and dial-up Internet services to customers in such areas.

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