Personal Communications Services

Personal Communications Services
   Abbreviated PCS. A digital wireless communications technology that includes voice, data, and video. PCS competes with the traditional analog cellular phone system, but PCS's digital technology can provide clearer voice quality, better security through encryption, and lower costs, as well as additional services such as messaging, voice mail, and caller ID.

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