Wireless telecommunication services means services providing for the transmission of wireless communications utilizing frequencies authorized by the Federal Communications Commission for paging systems, enhanced specialized wireless telecommunication, television, personal communication services or cellular telephone.

The telecommunication sector is made up of companies that make communication possible on a global scale, whether it is through the phone or the Internet, through airwaves or cables, through wires or wirelessly.

Modern telecommunications industry players produce communication equipment and deliver a set of voice, data, and broadband services using wireline or wired infrastructure of cables, networks, servers, computers, and satellites.

Accelerated by the pandemic in recent months, multiple forces have converged to reshape the telecommunications industry. Between advancements in AI, edge computing, and IoT, along with the implementation of 5G, the telecom sector is at the precipice of change.