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19:47 May 7, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: pay-per-pipe
a guaranteed bandwidth allocation can be established at more granular speed levels, allowing customers to for “pay-per-use” rather than “pay-per-pipe”.
Rafael Romero
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naPago por canal
Raimundo
napago por cano (don't forget the special character on the "n")Albert Golub


  

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3 hrs
pago por cano (don't forget the special character on the "n")


Explanation:
pay per view= pago por vision
pipe=cano termino informal para conexion, cable,linea dedicada
so you can replace "cano" by one of those if you think they fit better
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Albert Golub
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5 hrs
Pago por canal


Explanation:
La palabra "pipe" tiene que ver con "canal", "conexión". Es como el agua, no se paga por estar conectado, sino por el "consumo".

Establece la diferencia entre "pay por use" "pago por consumo" y "pay per pipe", "pago por conexión" o "pago por canal". Esta segunda locución es mejor,primero porque en la jerga de comunicaciones se usa mucho la palabra "canal" y sobre todo después de ver que dedican un ancho de banda "bandwidth allocation" a estos menesteres.

Espero que te valga

Raimundo
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