Definition of comms in English:

comms

Line breaks: comms

noun

[usually as modifier]
Communications: comms software
More example sentences
  • The focus has led to the company developing more custom displays for customers, particularly for mobile comms handsets and portable information appliances.
  • It was one of the first companies to warn last October that performance was being hit by weakening demand for mobile comms handsets and higher client inventory levels.
  • Others are less optimistic, saying that the downturn reflects loss of momentum in the mobile comms sector, and they suggest that things could get worse before they get better.

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