Translation of telco in Spanish:

telco

teleco, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛlkoʊ//ˈtɛlkəʊ/

noun

US

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    teleco feminine
    • The monster telco reckons that 91 payphones will be kitted out by the end of the week.
    • Quoted company share prices in this sector have suffered alongside telcos in other markets - but undeservedly so.
    • The telco already runs Wi-Fi public access hot spots and payphones at all three sites.
    • It is a huge consortium of domain registrars, registry operators, telcos and technology companies.
    • I also understand that the major telcos and cablecos are in a lobbying frenzy to prevent this as well.
    • Bringing costs down will have to become a major priority for both cable companies and the telcos.
    • Once word of the network hit the papers, the telco and service provider lobby swung into action.
    • By doing this telcos will be able to more easily roll out high bandwidth Internet access to both business and residential customers.
    • Why did the telcos previously believe that subscribers at any cost would be a viable business plan?
    • The size of the States has also reinforced the monopolistic behaviour of many US telcos and service providers.
    • The Singapore authorities already require telcos here to note down the particulars of prepaid card buyers.
    • Do I need to tell you how like almost any enterprise, big telcos hate to be regulated?
    • Will the cities be forced to partner with telcos to help them operate and manage the networks?
    • The telcos responsible for broadband infrastructure can now see where and how they can make money.
    • It opens up a huge playing field for mobile telcos who see the opportunity to offer financial services.
    • Most telcos have trenched enough fiber to carry signals across long distances.
    • This is the latest in a series of setbacks for telcos and telco equipment manufacturers.
    • An enterprise will look for a breadth of services from the telcos and strong competition in a potential location.
    • This is simply a way for the telcos to advertise lower prices than they're really charging.
    • All over the world, telcos have seen customers switching to cable and mobile phone services.