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cellco

(CELLular phone COmpany) The wireless counterpart of the land-based telephone company. See telco.
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Thousands of Web developers have used HDML for three years, and several of the largest cellcos provide information services based on it, including AT&T, Bell Atlantic, GTE, and Sprint PCS.
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With an on-demand video library scheduled to be added at a later date, the cellco confirmed that Mobile T-Mobile TV will be accessible via both Android and iOS devices.
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We continue to estimate the number of subscribers served by Iraq's smaller mobile operators, including the Kurdistan-based cellco Korek Telecom.
Following the merger of larger Ukrainian cellco Kyivstar into Vimpelcom, which gained Ukrainian anti-monopoly approval in October 2010, the twin Beeline Ukraine subsidiaries were integrated with Kyivstar.
its subsidiaries, Cellco Partnership (the "Partnership") and
Verizon Wireless Capital LLC --IDR at 'A'; --Senior unsecured debt (co-issued with Cellco Partnership) at 'A'.