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T-Mobile closes call centers, cuts jobs

T-Mobile USA Follows Low-Road Business Model in Cutting Jobs, Closing Call Centers Read More »

Hill subcommittee hears skepticism of Verizon deal

The Senate antitrust subcommittee looked at the proposed Verizon-cable deal and found more questions than answers. Read More »

FCC’s Verizon wireless deal action a good first step

In a news release, CWA praised the FCC's ruling that Verizon and its cable partners must post their unedited filings. Read More »

Court Rules to Hear Net Neutrality Challenge

A federal court will again hear complaints from the telecom industry over the need for open Internet, promising to re-open a contentious debate. Read More »

CWA asks FCC to “stop the clock” on spectrum deal

CWA filed supplemental comments with the FCC asking the agency to "stop the clock" on consideration of the Verizon/cable company transaction. Read More »

Opposition to Verizon cable deal mounts

CWA was joined by NGOs and the state of New Jersey in challenging Verizon Wireless' planned cross-marketing deals. Read More »

Communications Workers Seeks Conditions on Verizon Bid for Cable Spectrum

In a filing to the Federal Communications Commission, the Communications Workers of America called for specific conditions on the application by Verizon Wireless to purchase additional spectrum from four cable providers. Read More »

The FCC wants you to help test broadband

The FCC is looking for volunteers to help with its 2012 Measuring Broadband America program. Read More »

Mobile broadband coverage revealed

The FCC released a comprehensive map, detailing who can and who can't access high-speed mobile phone and broadband service. Read More »

Columbia’s Eli Noam says mobile is no substitute for wired broadband

The director of Columbia University's Institute for Tele-Information says that mobile Internet access is insufficient. Read More »

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