Telecommunications corporation definition

Telecommunications corporation means any corporation or person, and
Telecommunications corporation means any corporation or person, and their lessees, trustees, receivers, or trustees appointed by any court, owning, controlling, operating, managing, or reselling a public telecommunications service.
Telecommunications corporation means a public service

Examples of Telecommunications corporation in a sentence

  • CLEAKWIRE: HITN: Clearwire Corporation, a Delaware Hispanic Information & Telecommunications corporation Network, Inc., a New York not-for-profit corporation By: /s/ Xxxxxxxx X.

  • CLEARWIRE: HITN: Clearwire Corporation, a Delaware Hispanic Information & Telecommunications corporation Network, Inc., a New York not-for-profit corporation By: /s/ Xxxxxxxx X.

  • As an example, Yemen's Public Telecommunications corporation relies on solar cells to run its national microwave transmission grid.


More Definitions of Telecommunications corporation

Telecommunications corporation means any corporation or person, and their
Telecommunications corporation means an entity as defined in
Telecommunications corporation means a corporation that is a member of a group of corporate and non-corporate entities, which group (a) consists of corporate and non-corporate entities that are affiliated through relationships described in § 267(b) of the Internal Revenue Code, (b) provides both intrastate mobile telecommunications services and other intrastate telephone services, as such terms are used in § 5501(8)a.3. of this title, and (c) in the aggregate earns annual gross receipts in the United States from providing intrastate and interstate telephone and telecommunications services, and from providing Internet access, as such term is defined in § 5501(6) of this title, in excess of fifty (50) billion dollars.
Telecommunications corporation means a public service corporation
Telecommunications corporation means any corporation or person, and 965 their lessees, trustees, receivers, or trustees appointed by any court, owning, controlling,