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A period of relatively low demand for electrical energy, such as the middle of the night
Those hours or other periods defined by contract or other agreements or guides as periods of lower electrical demand
Any time of day, as determined by a wireless carrier, when there is lower communications traffic on the system Carriers make this distinction to offer lower rates during these periods when demand is low
Time period designated by day, week month or year that is outside of peak periods of demand and therefore is generally discounted by a given percentage below the full price
Hours of lower electrical demand, i e , those hours not classified as On Peak
The period of time after the business day has ended during which carriers may offer reduced airtime charges
During a period of less use or demand than the maximum (peak), generally overnight

Phone calls on weekdays between 18:00 and 08:00 the following day are charged at an off-peak tariff, lower than peak, but higher than weekend.

Occurring or applicable during a period of less travel or demand, as in a flight or a fare
The period of time after the business day has ended during which carriers may offer reduced airtime charges
Periods of time other than the call centre's busiest periods Also a term to describe periods of time when long distance carriers provide lower rates
The periods of time after the business day has ended during which carriers offer discounted airtime charges (Back to top )
OFF-PEAK is the time period during which demand for electricity is relatively low Off-peak periods typically occur at night and on weekends
- Period of low product demand
of a period of less than maximal use or demand or activity; "off-peak telepone rates"; "off-peak fares"
A period of time when there is a low demand for electricity on a utility's generation system
not during the busy period, when there is lower demand
The period of time during which carriers typically offer discounted airtime charges Most carriers generally refer to week-nights and week-end airtimes It varies from carrier to carrier
periods of relatively low electric system demands
The periods of time after the business day has ended during which carriers offer discounted airtime charges
Periods of time other than the call center's busiest periods Also a term to describe periods of time when long distance carriers provide lower rates
Energy supplied during periods of relatively low demand
Part of the day that wireless subscribers can expect to pay reduced airtime rates -- on some systems
of a period of less than maximal use or demand or activity; "off-peak telepone rates"; "off-peak fares
adj Occurring or applicable during a period of less travel or demand, as in a flight or a fare
You use off-peak to describe something that happens or that is used at times when there is least demand for it. Prices at off-peak times are often lower than at other times. The price for indoor courts is £10 per hour at peak times and £7 per hour at off-peak times. off-peak electricity. peak Off-peak is also an adverb. Each tape lasts three minutes and costs 36p per minute off-peak and 48p at all other times
Period of low energy demand (load), as opposed to maximum or peak demand
The periods of time during which carriers offer discounted airtime charges Usually, off-peak rates are available between 10: 01 p m and 5: 59 a m and on weekends and select holidays, but times can vary
Those periods of time at which energy is being delivered far below the utility's maximum demand
off peak

    Türkische aussprache

    ôf pik

    Aussprache

    /ˈôf ˈpēk/ /ˈɔːf ˈpiːk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'of ] (adverb.) before 12th century. Middle English of, from Old English; more at OF.

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