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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tier.
- adj. Having or made of tiers
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- adj. having or arranged in tiers
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Why don't we have what he calls tiered readiness so that some fighting forces would be ready to go tomorrow and others would be training at a lesser level of preparedness, which means -- which reduces your training costs, which reduces your maintenance costs, etc.
I think that long term tiered pricing is the only way you're going to be able to justify the investment in capacity and technology to support the data river that's out there.
One thing that may help to shift this a little bit is the idea of tiered data plans.
This isn't specific enough to hook me but I like the idea of tiered poisoning a lot.
The carrier plans to move to so-called tiered pricing later in the year, Lowell McAdam, chief operating officer of
Heavy users who don't want their speeds curbed can switch to a so-called tiered plan and pay more, AT&T said.
Vodafone, the world's largest mobile provider by revenue, plans to shift to so-called tiered pricing based on data use, following a similar move away from unlimited plans by AT&T Inc.
The carrier earlier this year stopped offering unlimited data plans in favor of so-called tiered pricing, starting at half the price.
The carrier earlier this year stopped offering unlimited data plans in favor of so- called tiered pricing starting at half the price.
Analysts differ on whether or not usage-based data pricing-also called tiered-pricing-can stem this data consumption tide.
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