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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of prepay.
- adj. paid for in advance
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used especially of mail; paid in advance
Sorry, no etymologies found.
BACH: The college savings plan is what we call a prepaid plan.
The carrier specializes in prepaid wireless voice and data services that offer users less costly alternatives to contract-based postpaid services.
Despite the growth in prepaid calling as the economy falters, AT&T picked up fewer prepaid subscribers this quarter as compared to the first quarter of [...]
NetSpend is a major player in prepaid debit cards, an industry that caters to what is known as "underbanked" consumers — people who don't have traditional bank accounts.
We also have a massive churn in prepaid in all markets where prepaid exists.
When the 10-question form is mailed, it costs 42 cents in prepaid postage.
December 29, 2008 at 5: 30 PM bigpond wireless prepaid is much better than optus. yes, the prices for data are exorbitant, and customer service is crap, but it stays connected and downloads are acceptable.
It is easy to obtain prepaid cell phone service in Mexico.
Right after Terri heard from Abby, she called a prepaid cell number.
Of the 1.5 million it resells domestically, mostly for use in prepaid wireless plans, "plenty are higher-end with cameras and bells and whistles," said Eric Forster, an executive for the company, which finds buyers for phones collected by charities, as well as retailers 'overstocks and trade-ins.
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