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  • Roamware estimates that European operators will collectively incur an annual cost of between euro 130m and euro 150m for re-bounding international voicemail calls*, known in the telecoms industry as 'tromboning'.

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  • Although the new regulations will automatically cut costs for consumers, unless other changes are made, Roamware estimates that European operators will collectively incur an annual cost of between €130m and €150m for re-bounding international voicemail calls - known in the telecoms industry as "tromboning"

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  • Cuts unnecessary "tromboning" on roaming voicemail Helps meet new EU 2010 regulations

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  • "It was the users who bore the brunt of that with traffic 'tromboning' to Auckland when it didn't need to, or worse to the USA.

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  • Since Ruby was still tromboning, one moment it hopped left and the next second it skipped right.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • But in order to do this (inline power tromboning) you must have access to the switch at the local POP.

    Cindy Sheehan Bugged in Denver

  • It has been proven time and again that meeting up with me for a night of tromboning, spanking and facials can vastly reduce the instances of liver disease and strokes.

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  • He already had the target-a man about six-foot four, unshaven, his black leather jacket mud-stained, a riot shotgun in his hands, the pump tromboning as the twelve-gauge, roughly .70 caliber muzzle swung on line.

    The Savage Horde

  • And don't even get us started on tromboning look it up if you're not sure… and over 18.

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  • To reduce the costs of tromboning, Roamware has introduced its patented solution,

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  • "The depression that had so darkened me for months had gone, and though during my months in Peru I had a persistent worry that it would return, it did not, and I was free of it for years. I said my good-byes to Jeremy and stayed on in the Amazon, my spirit as green, happy and elastic as a grasshopper in summer, tromboning in the grass." -- Jay Griffiths, "WILD - An Elemental Journey", Penguin Travel/Nature, 2006, ISBN: 978-141-00644-4

    This is another example of how "tromboning is used.

    August 20, 2010

  • "This leads to odd routing arrangements, referred to as tromboning, in which traffic between two cites in one country will flow through other nations. In January, when a cable was cut in the Mediterranean, Egyptian Internet traffic was nearly paralyzed because it was not being shared by local I.S.P.’s but instead was routed through European operators." -- John Markoff, "Internet Traffic Begins to Bypass the U.S.," NYT Online, 8/29/08

    September 2, 2008