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The state AG agreements with T-Mobile still leave large rural gaps: Florida (27 percent), Colorado (26 percent), Nevada (17 percent) and Mississippi (12 percent) will not have access to the new T-Mobile's mid-band high-speed wireless network six years after the deal closes.
Consolidated Communications, the incumbent local carrier, has been able to offer services under a new network in Chesterfield, NH.
Frontier faces service quality investigations by state regulators in Ohio, Minnesota, California, Connecticut, Nevada, New York, and West Virginia.
The probe is examining whether independent TV station owners coordinated efforts between sales teams, leading to higher prices for TV commercials.
Agreement includes 11.2 percent wage increases and stronger retirement benefits.
AT&T workers are taking their fight on the road, heading to AT&T’s headquarters in Dallas to demand the company address its broken promises to working people.
The report reinforces the importance of a diverse and independent broadcast industry and the danger of media consolidation.
The ratified agreement will benefit CWA-represented employees with extended job security and other improvements. Frontier's CA customers are assured of uninterrupted service from experienced employees.
CWA members are leading the campaign to stop the dangerous policy from going nationwide, submitting more than 1,000 comments to the FCC.
“Charter has continually failed to meet its commitments to the state,” the NY PSC said in a statement the day before the vote.
AT&T promised to create jobs if Congress passed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. However, since this tax cut was passed, AT&T has cut more than 23,000 employees and sent thousands of union jobs to low-wage contractors and overseas.