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The lawsuit alleges that Frontier Communications failed to deliver on advertised DSL Internet speeds and for engaging in unfair billing practices by charging for more expensive Internet service than provided.
Over 900 providers are participating in the program and enrollments include households in all 50 states, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa.
Just a few days after Verizon and TracFone submitted more than 21,000 pages of documents in response to concerns raised about the transaction, the companies asked the FCC to "move expeditiously to approve" the merger.
Verizon is launching a sneak attack on consumers' rights by pushing for Senate Bill 1143 in Virginia.
Local unions in Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire are attempting to block Verizon's abandonment of "low-value" land line customers in New England.
Tennessee wants high speed internet, according to a panel of experts and legislators who found that the state was lagging behind in internet access and that increased high speed broadband was necessary for the economy, government and education.
For much of the world, DSL is the most common way to access the Internet; in the U.S., however, more consumers get high-speed Internet access via cable.
A recent study shows that New York appears to have one of the highest rates of broadband access in the country; however this new data highlights the need for improved mapping.
People living in Northeast Texas can expect greater access to high speed internet thanks to a new AT&T plan to offer high speed internet in Texas that was propelled by state policy initiatives.
The new Netflix program that allows customers to watch movies over the internet will help drive the demand for high speed internet.
High speed internet in Maine may become more available to underserved communities with new legislation in the state House of Representatives that would issue bonds providing funds for localities that build infrastructure for high speed internet development.