Spectrum Internet Assist Low Income Broadband

High-speed Internet at an affordable price Charter’s Spectrum Internet Assist is among the fastest of the low income Internet assistance programs available. Spectrum Internet Assist boasts 30 Mbps broadband Internet speeds with no monthly data caps and free modem rental. However, at $14.99 per month, the price is also slightly higher than competing cable Internet […]
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Verizon to Acquire XO Communications Fiber Business

XO Communications has announced that Verizon Communications Inc. has agreed to purchase XO’s fiber-optic network business. The purchase is approximately $1.8 billion. A press statement dated February 22 said that the acquisition is subject to regulatory approval from various governmental agencies and is expected to close in the first half of 2017. The transaction would provide […]
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Comcast Cable Considering Participation in 600 MHz Auction

Comcast Cable is one of the top Telco companies in America considering taking part in the incentive auction of 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum coming up in 2016. Charter Communications has also confirmed its willingness to take part but Time Warner Cable has said no to such plans. Top executives at Comcast and Charter have […]
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Wireless Companies Gang Up Against FCC

The Federal Communications Commission might find itself on a collision course with wireless companies that have teamed up to fight for increased market competition. The alliance brings together Dish Network, Sprint, T-Mobile US, C Spire Wireless and several other companies that want their voice heard loudest. They are operating under the banner of SaveWirelessChoice.com and […]
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AT&T, Verizon Get Nod for Spectrum Licensing

AT&T and Verizon Wireless are among eleven companies that have won bids for spectrum acquisition from the AWS-3 spectrum auction conducted in January by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Other winners include Pioneer Telephone Cooperative, Ligtel Communications, FTC Management Group, T-Mobile, Central Texas Telephone Investments, Nsight Spectrum, Gila River Telecommunications, Michigan Wireless and Triangle Communication […]
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AT&T Biggest Buyer At US Spectrum Auction

AT&T’s bids accounted for close to half the revenue collected from the sale of spectrum licenses for mobile data done recently. The company bid a little over $18 billion to win a number of AWS-3 spectrum licenses. The auction collected about $41 billion. The money collected from the auction was from a total of 31 […]
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Cable One Plans Selling AWS To AT&T

AT&T has struck another spectrum deal with Cable One Communications. It plans to sell 20 megahertz of the company’s spectrum to AT&T in 24 cellular market regions. The regions are spread over 119 counties in different parts of the US. The two companies are of the opinion that the deal will serve the interests of […]
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Verizon Fixes LTE Congestion With AWS Spectrum

Verizon has long had a reputation of being a robust network but now, due to an increased load of online video traffic, it has to upgrade its network. The increased amount of data traffic has resulted in a performance decline in New York, San Francisco and Chicago. According to studies from industry tracker RootMetrics, since […]
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AT&T Buys Wireless Spectrum Airwaves

AT&T Internet has moved to counter Verizon in the war over wireless airwaves by buying up $2.6 billion worth in deals. Verizon have jumped ahead in the race, and have easily the biggest stockpile of wireless airwaves, which many consider the biggest commodity in the industry. The airwaves used to broadcast mobile phone calls and […]
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