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Sprint, T-Mobile tell FCC to put brakes on Verizon spectrum deal

Verizon's proposed spectrum deal with major cable companies came under more criticism today as a broad range of companies and public interest groups asked the Federal Communications Commission to halt proceedings on the deal.

Written by Brad Reed07 March 12 06:30

AT&T ups "unlimited" 3G throttling cap to 3GB

AT&T said Thursday that it will give its unlimited 3G data customers up to 3GB of 3G data per month before it knocks them down to 2G speeds.

Written by Brad Reed02 March 12 07:48

T-Mobile getting LTE at last

T-Mobile has at last unveiled its plans for deploying LTE, as the company today said it will invest $4 billion to have LTE services available sometime in 2013.

Written by Brad Reed24 Feb. 12 03:28

FCC axes LightSquared LTE dreams

Anyone expecting LightSquared to bring LTE services to their neighborhood got a rude awakening today when the Federal Communications Commission said it would not permit the company to run an LTE network on satellite spectrum.

Written by Brad Reed16 Feb. 12 04:44

Much of Western U.S. is a 3G wasteland, says FCC

Anyone making a road trip across America should expect their mobile data service to basically not exist throughout much of the Western United States.

Written by Brad Reed11 Feb. 12 08:25
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