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The word telecom is a noun.  Telecom means (1) (often plural) systems used in transmitting messages over a distance electronically.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word telecom.
  • Telecommunication Guide
    Browse this telecom consultant guide and directory to learn about telecom consultants in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a telecommunications tower, with blue sky in the background.
  • Telecommunications Careers
    This telecom consultant page comprises information about telecommunications careers in the United States of America plus a photo of a microwave telecommunications tower.
  • Alcatel-Lucent
    Alcatel-Lucent, a merger of a French and an American company, is a producer of telecom solutions for businesses, governments, and service providers. It manufacturers both hardware and software and provides telecommunications services. The website describes the company, the products, and the services provided and how to obtain them.
  • AT&T
    This is the website for AT&T, which offers a wide range of telecom products for residences and businesses. The company also provides the AT&T Yellow Pages for finding addresses and phone numbers of businesses. Users can manage their own accounts online through this site.
  • Area Codes
    Area codes are the first three digits used at the beginning of a telephone number when dialing long distance. They are typically used to signal a specific location or use.
  • Wireless Phones
    The focus of Wireless-Phones.us is wireless cell phones and wireless phone service plans. Website visitors can read about the history and operation of wireless cellular phones.
  • BellSouth
    Recently acquired by AT&T, BellSouth provides residential business, Internet, wireless, and digital TV services. The website describes all of its services and provides places to sign up for them. Once connected to BellSouth, users can pay their bills online.
  • Nokia
    Nokia, a Finnish company, is largely a producer of mobile phones. Nokia is also involved in other telecommunications projects such as wireless LANs and broadband access tools.
  • PhoneSpell
    PhoneSpell was created in 1995 to create a mnemonic device for remembering and having fun with a phone number. It is useful, fun, free, and easy to use. The user enters his/her phone number and the software generates a list of the words that this number spells.
  • T-Mobile Cell Phone Carrier
    With headquarters in Bellevue, Washington, T-Mobile provides wireless voice, messaging, and data services capable of reaching over 268 million Americans. On the website, users can find out about phone styles, service plans, order phones and other accessories, and locate T-Mobile stores near them. The site also has a map that helps users locate the coverage they can get from T-Mobile.
  • Verizon
    Verizon, located in New York City, was formed in 2000 by the merger of Bell Atlantic and GTE. The company delivers broadband, and other wireline and communication services to residences and businesses of all sizes. On the website, users can find the locations of Verizon stores and/or their retail affiliates, plus information about products and services.
  • Wireless from AT&T
    Wireless from AT&T, formerly Cingular Wireless, is the largest wireless company in the United States, with more than 63 million subscribers. On the website, users can find out about phones for personal and business use, find a store, shop for phones and accessories, and find out about packages and deals.
  • Phone News
    Browse telecom news headlines from selected news sources around the world, read the referenced news articles, and stay up-to-date on developments and trends in mobile phones and the telecommunications industry.
  • LightReading
    Light Reading, established in 2000, is an integrated business media company serving the telecom community. They produce 6 online publications: Light Reading, Byte and Switch, and four others. They also offer online seminars (webinars) and publish several paid subscription newsletters. Light Reading reaches the telecommunications industry from service providers to the business/financial community.
  • Redhat
    Redhat is a trusted provider of Linux and open source technology that began in 2003. They work with small and medium sized businesses as well as educational, telecom, financial, government and more large organizations. The website describes its products, support, training, success stories, and information about events where the products can be seen.
The following articles provide recent telecom-related news. The following pages provide more extensive telecom news.
  • Telecommunication News
    Recent news stories about the topic telecom, aggregated from diverse, English-language news sources.
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  • Telecom Tweets
    Recent English-language tweets that include the hashtag telecom.

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