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Cable broadband growth outpaces telco

Telco broadband growth slowed in the third quarter, with the largest operators seeing just 38 percent of the growth they saw a year ago, according to new research. Cable growth was 98 percent of what

Verizon's Shammo: We're not opposed to AT&T/T-Mobile

Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) is not opposed to AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA so long as it does not bring additional regulation, Verizon Communications CFO

LRG: High-speed providers added 635,000 subscribers in Q3 2011

The top 18 cable operators and telcos added 635,000 high-speed Internet subscsribers during the third quarter, according to data compiled by Leichtman Research Group. Click here for a detailed

Texas gives Time Warner Cable green light to sell Internet services to state agencies

Time Warner Cable's (NYSE: TWC) Business Class division struck a multi-year deal with the state of Texas that could allow it to provide Internet and Ethernet services to 600 state agencies, in

AT&T ordered to stop U-verse buildout in San Francisco

If you're a San Francisco resident waiting to get AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-verse service, your wait just got even longer as a San Francisco Superior Court Judge ordered the telco to stop deploying 726

Sizing up the top 11 ILECs in Q3 2011

With the earnings season coming to a close, FierceTelecom has created a new report chronicling the performance of the top 11 U.S. ILECs. In the report we chronicle access line loss, broadband,

Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T announced new 4G markets

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) said it will light up its LTE network in 14 more cities today, creating a total of 179 LTE markets for the carrier. Meanwhile, T-Mobile USA announced that it has launched

Entner: Non-carrier branded subscribers dominated in Q3 again

In my analysis of the third-quarter wireless carrier earnings results, I noticed several trends worth sharing. They are as follows: Wireless operators have abandoned their walled gardens. There were

Cox drops mobile phone service

Cox Communications is throwing in the towel on efforts to market mobile phone service to its pay TV customers, telling subscribers that it will discontinue the year-old service on March 30. Among the

Judge orders AT&T to halt U-verse construction in San Francisco

AT&T (Nasdaq: CMCSA) has been blocked from installing 726 utility boxes for its U-verse TV and Internet services in San Francisco, after a local judge concluded that there is a "fair argument"