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Increased admin fees means VZW subs can leave?

On March 15, Verizon Wireless is increasing its administrative charge from $0.40 to $0.70 per line, while the monthly regulatory charge will decrease from $0.05 to $0.04 per line. Many blogs have

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WSJ: Alltel looking for buyer

According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Alltel has "stepped up efforts" to sell itself to carriers like AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel, which runs counter to

Editor's Corner

Verizon Wireless yesterday launched its V CAST TV service making it the first U.S. operator to debut a broadcast TV service and the first to use Qualcomm's MediaFLO USA network. The industry will be

T-Mobile USA tops 25M subs

T-Mobile USA's Q4 for 2006 showed most of the carrier's financial metrics holding steady while net-adds for new subscribers pushed the carrier's total customer base to more than 25 million. Here's

Modeo discloses beta trial details

On the same day that Verizon Wireless went live with its MediaFLO mobile TV trials in some markets, Modeo announced details of its New York City trial, which covers 475 square miles in the metro

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Verizon turns on VCAST TV

Verizon Wireless today officially launched its VCAST Mobile TV service in 20 U.S. markets, including Denver, Kansas City and Albuquerque, N.M. The service, which uses Qualcomm's MediaFLO broadcast

SPOTLIGHT: Verizon Wireless offers new messaging plans

Verizon Wireless announced two new messaging plans for subscribers that like to send SMS and MMS. The offerings include a $15 plan that allows customers to send and receive 1,500 messages, up from

Editor's Corner

AT&T to buy Verizon Wireless? Telecom M&A speculation is almost getting that absurd. This week has seen the re-emergence of two big M&A rumors: "Verizon Wireless to acquire Alltel"