Mobile telephone company Safaricom will implement the Integrated Public Safety Communication and Surveillance System, which is similar to the one used by the London Metropolitan Police.
What does MTC stand for?
MTC stands for Mobile Telephone Company (various locations)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 493 other meanings of MTC in our Acronym Attic
- Missile Threat Conference
- Mission Training Center
- Mission Training Complex (US Army)
- Missionary Training Center
- Mitsui High-Tec, Inc. (Japan)
- Mix Temperature Control
- Mizuno Track Club (Japan)
- Mobile Technology Center (various organizations)
- Mobile Telecommunications Company
- Mobile Telecommunications Corp.
- Mobile Terminated Call (GSM)
- Mobilization Training Center (US Army)
- Model Tax Convention (OECD/OCDE)
- Model Training Course (various organizations)
- Moderator Temperature Equivalent
- Modern Technologies Corporation
- Modified Therapeutic Community (various organizations)
- Modified Total Cost
- Money Transfer Company
- Monitoring and Testing Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
In telephones, the company is counting on the recently announced acquisition of Finnish mobile telephone company Nokia, with which it is already collaborating to make a new smartphone, the Lumia, to popularise its Windows mobile software.
Jimale, whose business interests have included charcoal and sugar dealing as well as key stakes in banks and a mobile telephone company, is reported to have close ties to Shebab factions now at odds with top commander Ahmed Abdi Godane.
On Wednesday, Washington imposed sanctions on Syria's largest bank and its biggest mobile telephone company - both controlled by Assad's cousin Rami Makhlouf.
He also agreed with the Prime Minister on raising "Qtel's" share in "Tunisiana," the private mobile telephone company.
We have been lacking this important knowledge until now," explains Jesper Larsen, Traffic Project Manager for the mobile telephone company Hi3G.
8 percent stake in Indosat, Indonesia's second-biggest mobile telephone company, later raising its holding to 65 percent in a bid to tap growth potential in the world's most populous Muslim country.
New companies have also moved in, including the Essar Group which launched a mobile telephone company in Kenya in 2008 and has acquired mobile telephone companies in Uganda and the Republic of Congo.