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soft client

soft client
 n.— «Three of those options, the VoIP, cell and desktop computer phone (a “soft client” in the parlance of geekdom), have the option of picking any area code I want the receiving party to see.» —“Really, what’s so crucial about three new digits?” by Gene Grant Albuquerque Tribune (New Mexico) Aug. 1, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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