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The four-year extension agreement covers 17,000 wireline employees in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Millions of working families don’t have access to high-speed broadband or are unable to afford it, a crisis that is exacerbated by the pandemic.
Report finds that Verizon and San Diego’s public-private partnership to build out the city’s 5G network benefits Verizon but fails to hold the company accountable to the citizens of San Diego.
CWA is calling on the CPUC to deny the merger in light of its continued failure to meet “any reasonable definition of the public interest.”
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 Commission finds that robust quality of service regulation is more likely to encourage CenturyLink to maintain and repair its wireline infrastructure," said New Mexico Public Regulation Commission in its order.
The passage of the legislation comes after more than a year of intensive lobbying and solidarity from CWA Local 3010 members.
AT&T continued to charge DirecTV customers for the blacked out Altitude Sports network for two months.