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Verizon expands Chaperone handset line

Six months after launching its Chaperone family locator service with just one handset--the green LG Migo--Verizon Wireless is expanding its handset lineup to include the LG 3450L, the LG VX 8300,

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Data ARPUs Finally Supplanting Voice After years of talking about the "tremendous promise" of wireless data, it appears that U.S. wireless carriers are finally beginning to

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Carrier/Dealer relationship still fundamentally flawed?

According to a report in RCR News, Verizon Wireless won an initial injunction against reseller CellTex Cellular, also known as Bee Cellular, which the carrier claims reneged on its

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An MVNO by any other name... The And Finally... item in yesterday's newsletter garnered quite a response. It read: "Your daily dose of wireless trivia: What

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Termination Fees--Poor Policy Or Business Necessity? At last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin reiterated the possibility that the FCC would

And Verizon makes three: SMS rate hiked

Following similar announcements from both Sprint and Cingular Wireless, Verizon Wireless has raised the price of sending text messages from 10 cents to 15 cents. The fee applies to incoming and

FCC: ETF regulation decision this year

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin touched on a wide array of telecommunications topics during his talk at

FCC denies E911 extensions

The FCC has denied all requests for extensions to a federal mandate for E911 services, which allow emergency call centers to locate wireless callers. The mandate called for 95 percent of a

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Verizon Wireless finally announced its long-awaited plans for Qualcomm's MediaFLO service, saying it will