Now, do you want to split hairs and argue that "maybe Google isn't a 'telecommunications company'" or "maybe the orders they got weren't for 'bulk phone records'," or do you want to maybe acknowledge that the industry in the US doesn't give a flying fuck if nobody is looking (or is even allowed to look)?
So you don't even know what a telecommunications company is, but that's okay, you'll spew your "facts" anyways. The best defense against the government is an informed populace. Sadly, we've mostly got people like you who refuse to educate yourself. Be proud, you're part of the reason the NSA got this far and hasn't had to back down.
As far as I can tell, the internet companies have done more that any others is trying to hold back the NSA. They're not perfect, but they've tried, and deserve recognition for that. The telecommunications companies, on the other hand, seem to have been happy to help their government. Well, except for Qwest, and we know how that turned out.
(The funny thing is that, with Google Voice and Google Fiber, Google is a better telecommunications company than the actual telecommunications companies.)