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CTIA increased lobbying spend in Q2

CTIA boosted its spending on legislative lobbying in the second quarter, according to a disclosure report, as the wireless industry's main trade group pressed its case on a number of issues,

Belgian Telenet user consumes 2.7 Tb of data in 1 month

While U.S. consumers and broadband service providers spar over usage limits, even if most users never even come close to the caps, one of Belgium's Telenet users does deserve "data hog" title.

AT&T continues to press for wireless net neutrality exemption

AT&T (NYSE:T) wants to remind the wireless community--again--that when it comes to net neutrality, wireless is different. Following up on a blog post Friday, Joan Marsh, AT&T's vice president

Report: TerreStar hires restructuring advisers

TerreStar, which is in the midst of launching an all-IP, integrated satellite-terrestrial network, is working with advisers from Blackstone Group to try to avoid filing for bankruptcy. The company

AT&T backs wireless exemption to net neutrality

In the wake of fallout from Google and Verizon's (NYSE:VZ) net neutrality announcement last week, AT&T (NYSE:T) reiterated that it believes wireless services should not be governed by the same

Monopoly neutrality

It is never good for consumers when monopolies get together. Now AT&T and Google are promoting their view of how access to the Internet should be controlled--of course, to their benefit.

Leap's MVNO deal with Sprint makes MetroPCS merger unlikely

Recent moves by Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) appear to be making the unlimited prepaid carrier less dependent on its roaming partner, rival and sometimes rumored merger buddy MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS). In

Sam's Club outfitting warehouses with WiFi for shoppers

Membership warehouse Sam's Club plans to outfit more than 500 clubs with WiFi access from AT&T by November in hopes of selling high volumes of Internet TV sets and other Web-enabled devices for

De la Vega: Google, Verizon net neutrality agreement is a positive sign

AT&T (NYSE:T) rarely endorses the movements of its competitor Verizon (NYSE:VZ), but AT&T Mobility President and CEO Ralph de la Vega said today that the net neutrality proposal put forth by

U-verse iPhone app gives users TV episodes, program guides, DVR control

AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-verse is expanding. The telco's IPTV platform is now available on iPhone's through the U-verse Mobile app that allows U-verse subscribers to download and watch select TV