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Why You Should Care That The FCC Is Trying To Redefine Broadband

In the wake of the ongoing net neutrality argument , another equally important squabble between regulators and telecoms companies has been overlooked. The FCC is trying to redefine 'broadband' ...

Sat 24 Jan 15 from Gizmodo

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Verizon Wireless has no new plans for rollover data

Verizon: "We're a leader, not a follower," won't match AT&T and T-Mobile offer.

Fri 23 Jan 15 from Arstechnica

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Sprint Offers Minimum $200 Trade-In Credit To Lure T-Mobile Customers

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has made it a point to attack industry heavyweights like AT&T and Verizon on a regular basis, often with profanity and inflammatory language. T-Mobile's various "Uncarrier" ...

Fri 23 Jan 15 from HotHardware

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Dish Network Doesn't Understand 'Do Not Call', Cited For 57 Million Violations

Dish Network is in hot water with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for outright violating the agency's Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR), including the "Do Not Call" registry, by placing ...

Fri 23 Jan 15 from HotHardware

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FreedomPop debuts $5 unlimited Wi-Fi plan in 200 cities

FreedomPop announces it will now provide a Wi-Fi plan for $5 a month, which will allow for unlimited talk, text, and data at its hotspots.

Wed 21 Jan 15 from The Christian Science Monitor

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Porn blocks: TalkTalk joins Sky in blocking adult content by default

Internet provider TalkTalk is to block pornographic sites, leaving BT and Virgin as the only major internet service providers not to have filters for adult material turned on by default.

Fri 23 Jan 15 from The Independent

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MetroPCS Rolls Out $50 'Unlimited' 4G LTE Service

MetroPCS, the flagship prepaid brand owned by T-Mobile, is offering its customers a chance to upgrade to an unlimited 4G LTE data plan for just $50 per month. It's a limited time offer that's ...

Thu 22 Jan 15 from HotHardware

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T-Mobile's Uncarrier strategy isn't sustainable over the long haul

For all of the progress that T-Mobile has brought to the wireless industry over the past couple of years, it’d be a shame if it all ended in a merger with Sprint. While that end game ...

Tue 20 Jan 15 from Techspot

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Cutting the Cord: How will Dish's Sling TV play?

Experts are trying to dial in on the target audience.        

Sat 24 Jan 15 from USA today

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LA Subway System To Finally Gain Cellphone, Wi-Fi Service

For as progressive as California can be, the Red Line subway in Los Angeles is behind the times when it comes to underground Wi-Fi and cellphone capabilities, both of which it lacks. However, ...

Tue 20 Jan 15 from HotHardware

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