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The news has been resurfacing like a bad penny since 2002--Vodafone wants out of Verizon Wireless. This time its partner, Verizon Communications, said it is happy to oblige, saying it would even

Verizon Wireless, Cingular show huge growth

The nation's No. 1 and No. 2 operators, Verizon Wireless and Cingular Wireless, announced stellar customer additions during the fourth-quarter Christmas selling season. Verizon added a record 2

Another 'almost' Vodafone sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless

It's been said before, and it might happen sometime soon, but Vodafone said it will not bow to recent pressure from its shareholders to cash out its 45 percent stake in Verizon Wireless--at least

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Verizon unveils integrated services

Verizon announced its new Verizon Business unit will offer a line of integrated services, including wireless and wired network access offerings, that will take advantage of MCI's operations that

Industry leaders make DVB-H pact

Intel, Crown Castle's Modeo, Motorola, Nokia and Texas Instruments have formed an alliance to accelerate DVB-H deployments in North America. Called the Mobile DTV Alliance, the organization's goal

Verizon Wireless to launch LBS this year

Verizon Wireless is expected to roll out a child-tracking and navigation service this spring, according to LBS software company Autodesk. Verizon will launch Verizon Chaperone for use on the

C&L: New VP of customer service at Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless named Marquett Smith staff vice president of customer service. Steve Haney was appointed vice president of marketing at Phonebites. Sonus Networks

Editor's Corner: The future of ringtones

Ringtones are a big business--one estimate puts ringtone revenue at about 10 percent of the entire global music market--but I don't think the party is going to last. One obvious problem with

Verizon launches global GSM/CDMA email

Verizon has launched GlobalEMail, a new international e-mail service designed to work on CDMA in the US and GSM abroad. The service costs $65 per