Definition of telco
: a telecommunications company
Recent Examples of telco from the Web
The top pay-TV companies across the cable, satellite, and telco industries still account for 93.3 million video subscribers.
Gardner-Stephen helped build Serval, a decentralized messaging app that can spread texts in a peer-to-peer fashion without the need for a traditional telco carrier.
Global brands affected by the malware included FedEx, Nissan, Renault SA and Spanish telco Telefónica.
Before the iPhone, most of the original telco business models were around voice.
French telco slapped: European Union antitrust regulators accused Wanadoo Interactive Friday of trying to price the competition out of existence, and warned phone companies in other countries against trying the same.
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Origin and Etymology of telco
First Known Use: 1975See Words from the same year
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