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Verizon won't implement a usage-based billing plan

With AT&T (NYSE: T) moving ahead with its usage based billing (UBB) plan for its DSL customer base, it's not hard to understand how speculation could emerge that Verizon (NYSE: VZ), one of three

Entner: How competitiveness in wireless continues to evolve

Congress requires the FCC to generate an annual report on the "competitive market conditions with respect to commercial mobile radio services" (CMRS). Last year the FCC broadened the scope of its

Dish Network, smaller cellular operators oppose AT&T's acquisition of Qualcomm's 700 MHz licenses

Opposition is mounting against AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposal to purchase 11 licenses in the lower 700 MHz block from Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) for $1.9 billion. In addition to public interest groups,

Analyst: Cable will likely mimic AT&T's usage-based broadband pricing plans

Sanford Bernstein senior analyst Craig Moffett believes that AT&T's plan to implement monthly usage caps on its DSL customers, and charge overage fees to those who violate those terms, could

House Republicans continue attack on FCC's net neutrality rules

Republicans in the House of Representatives continued their push to block the FCC's net neutrality rules for wireless and wired networks, with a committee endorsing a resolution to block the rules

Hurricane Electric debuts IPv6 professional services unit

If you're a business that does not have an IPv6 plan in place, Hurricane Electric is happy to help you develop one via its newly formed IPv6 professional services division. Headed up by IPv6

AT&T expands U-verse affiliation with Starz Entertainment

Coming off another successful quarter of new subscriber additions, AT&T (NYSE: T) is playing into its U-verse subscribers appetite for content by extending its affiliation agreement with Starz

AT&T to introduce monthly caps on traditional DSL, U-verse broadband users

AT&T (NYSE: T) is going to implement a monthly usage cap on all traditional DSL and U-verse broadband subscribers beginning this May. According to reports in both the Wall Street Journal and

Verizon, T-Mobile winners in PC World 4G tests

PC World, in conjunction with testing company Navarum, tested the "4G" services from AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T), Sprint (NYSE:S), T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) during the first six week

AT&T looking to small-cell architecture to cope with data influx

The idea of using multiple network layers--macro and small-cell--to improve user data rates and network spectral efficiency has been bantered about for some time, but AT&T (NYSE:T) appears to be