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SPOTLIGHT: ESPN tells employees to stick with AT&T

An ESPN internal memo informs employees that despite the big deal with Verizon Wireless for ESPN Mobile, ESPN employees should stick with AT&T because it works overseas and the rates are the

Vodafone: Stop the rumors, not buying Verizon

Wall Street can't end its love affair with Vodafone's stake in Verizon Wireless. Usually The Street is pouring over reports

Lost in La Mancha of the 700 MHz auction

  Lost in La Mancha of the 700 MHz auction Sound bites coming out of the 700 MHz auction debate seem fit for a FOX News debate, moderated, of course, by FCC Chairman Kevin Martin. And like

Post-VZW deal, Obopay raises another $29M in VC

Mobile payments company Obopay has raised $29 million in its third round of venture capital funding since its founding in 2006. The company raised $10 million in its first round back in March 2006

Sprint defends cutting 1,000 subscribers

Sprint said it does not regret breaking up with the approximately 1,000 subscribers it terminated for making too many calls to customer service. Sprint sent out letters to the too-needy subscribers

Verizon Wireless: Not a telegraph or telephone company

VZW launches mobile email on Get It Now

OZ and Verizon Wireless have launched mobile email services for users of the carrier's Get It Now service that will cost an additional $5 a month. The subscription provides users with access to

Verizon Wireless launches new LG Chocolate

Verizon Wireless and LG launched a new version of last year's Chocolate handset that adds a "new navigation wheel with

Approved: Amp'd will pay VZW to stay online

Earlier this week a Delaware bankruptcy judge approved Amp'd's already announced plan to pay Verizon Wireless $2.5 million to stay on its network. The figure will only pay down a portion of the

Macquarie buys Global Towers for $1.4B

Australia's Macquarie Communication Infrastructure Group agreed to acquire U.S.-based Global Tower Partners from Blackstone Group in a deal worth $1.43 billion. Macquarie Communications will take a