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Scribe: A steel rod 8 to 12-inches long and about 3/16 inches in diameter. It has a long, slender, hardened steel point on one or both ends.
Selective Unsubscribe: An unsubscribe mechanism that allows a consumer to selectively determine which email newsletters they wish to continue receiving while stopping the sending of others.
Subscriber Profiling: Compiling subscriber usage information (such as frequency of calls, locations called to or from and monthly airtime usage), to identify potentially fraudulent use or to identify customers li . . . View Full Definition
International Mobile Subscriber Identifier (IMSI): A unique 15-digit number which designates the subscriber. This number is used for provisioning in network elements.
Subscriber Identity Module (SIM): A card inserted into a GSM-TDMA or GSM-only handset containing subscriber-related data. The card contains 18 digits for GSM markets and 20 digits for TDMA markets.
Oversubscribed: An initial public offering (IPO) is oversubscribed when investor demand for the shares is greater than the number of shares being issued. What typically happens is that the share price climb . . . View Full Definition
Subscriber: The person who has specifically requested to join a mailing list. A list has both subscribers, who receive the message from the sender, and pass-alongs.
Subscribe: The process of joining a mailing list, either through an email command, by filling out a Web form, or offline by filling out a form or requesting to be added verbally. (If you accept verbal . . . View Full Definition
Unsubscribe: To remove oneself from an email list, either via an emailed command to the list server or by filling in a Web form.
Subscriber Fraud: Securing wireless service with intent to avoid payment. This is different from bad debt, which occurs when a known person or company has a payment obligation overdue and the debt cannot be collected.