Netflix might be coming soon to your cable box. With the help of TiVo, the company has reached two groundbreaking agreements with cable operators overseas, and Netflix has already suggested those deals could serve as a foundation to build on domestically. But true integration between cable operators and Netflix is probably a long way off.
Enforcing net neutrality rules in Europe may boost customer bills as the region's Internet service providers seek ways to pay for network investment and limit further pressure on cash flows, according to Fitch Ratings.
Shared-data plans make for more satisfied customers when it comes to an operator's customer-care service, according to a fresh report from J.D. Power.
AT&T is reportedly exploring what wireless customers think about the idea of having content providers foot the bill for some of the data those users consume.
Redknee is offering of 13 million common shares to raise nearly $17.83 million, which could be used for potential acquisitions in the billing and customer care arena.
As part of its $4 billion network modernization project, T-Mobile USA will deploy Tekelec's Diameter signaling router in the upcoming buildout of its LTE network.
Ericsson is the front-runner to acquire Nokia Siemens Networks' Business Support Services (BSS) division, according to Dow Jones Newswires, which cited a person familiar with the matter.
Nokia Siemens Networks is close to selling its business support systems division, according to a Bloomberg article.
Carriers are increasingly expressing enthusiasm for the concept of toll-free data plans, in which content providers and applications developers would pay carriers to carry their content, and, in most scenarios, such content would not count toward a subscriber's data cap.
A service that breaks down complex AT&T U-verse bill details and turns them into personalized videos is so popular among subscribers that the carrier will next introduce it for its wireless subscribers.