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Sen. Booker, Chairman Wheeler exchange letters on fiber network back-up batteries

Senator Booker and FCC Chairman Wheeler exchanged letters over an important issue concerning the technology transition from copper to fiber networks: back-up batteries. Read More »

T-Mobile tests net neutrality rules, raises prices on consumers

T-Mobile is introducing a new video plan to allow “unlimited” streaming of selected video service. But consumer advocates say the plan may violate the FCC's new net neutrality rules. Read More »

CWA Petitions Maryland Public Service Commission to Investigate Verizon Service Quality

The Communications Workers of America (CWA) today filed a letter with the Maryland Public Service Commission calling on the PSC to re-open an investigation into Verizon's quality of service on its copper network, which is the primary network serving much of the state, including Baltimore. Read More »

FCC committee proposes Internet “nutritional labels” to inform consumers

Comparison shopping for Internet service will be easier with standard disclosure forms, recommended by FCC’s Consumer Advisory Committee. Read More »

Comcast must be held accountable for customers’ data cap complaints

Consumer advocates urge the FCC to investigate the thousands of data cap complaints from Comcast customers Read More »

Pittsburgh, PA: Verizon broke its promise here, too

Mayor Bill Peduto has charged Verizon with failing to build FiOS service to the entire city after it promised to do so in exchange for a lucrative city-wide franchise agreement. Read More »

Google explores bringing Fiber service to three more cities

If Google decides to expand to these areas, it will put them in competition with Comcast, Bright House Networks, and Charter Communications. Read More »

Sen. Bernie Sanders stands with Verizon workers for a fair contract

Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders stands with CWA members in New York City, calls on Verizon to build-out its FiOS services, and slams Verizon for its corporate greed. Read More »

FCC reduces reserve spectrum competition for labor law violator T-Mobile

The FCC released a list of markets where AT&T and Verizon cannot bid for reserve spectrum, clearing the way for a large victory for labor law violator T-Mobile. Read More »

CWA petitions PA Public Utility Commission to investigate, fine Verizon for dangerous conditions

Verizon’s systemic neglect of telephone infrastructure leads to broken poles, sagging cables, ungrounded conduit, and abandoned equipment that pose hazards to public safety. Read More »

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