Tablet use is driving data volume way up, and carriers need to expand capacity.
Three-quarters of rural residents think high-speed Internet is essential for their quality of life, says a new report.
Congressman Mike Doyle asked Verizon if it's abandoning its DSL and FiOS customers now that it's teaming up with cable companies.
Research from USTelecom reveals broadband invest in 2011 was equal to 2010 investment
Seattle Times guest columnist David Freiboth calls on T-Mobile to take the high-road in employment practices.
CWA calls on the FCC to stop the 180 day clock in its review of the Verizon Wireless/cable transaction because parties are failing to provide data necessary for proper review. Big Cable and Verizon have also struck a behind-closed-doors anti-competition deal that would raise prices, hurt consumers, and kill jobs.
Today's announcement of wireless spectrum sales by Verizon Wireless as a condition of its spectrum deal with Big Cable does not protect consumers or workers from the anti-competitive heart of the deal: the joint marketing agreement.
Following a recent tour by German Deutsche Telekom workers, German jurists spoke out against DT-owned T-Mobile, in a full-page ad in the NY Times.