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Sen. Schumer urges Verizon to rehire unjustly fired Verizon Wireless worker

Call comes after Feds serve Verizon with a labor complaint for attempting to silence Brooklyn workers, who are the first retail workers to form a union in Verizon Wireless and are seeking a fair contract Read More »

FCC asked to investigate T-Mobile’s deceptive business practices

Pressure is growing on regulators to address T-Mobile’s misleading and fraudulent business practices. Read More »

Test wireless speeds in your area!

Speed matters, and consumers should know their options. Read More »

T-Mobile loses its dust-up with digital rights advocate EFF

T-Mobile CEO John Legere apologized to the EFF, but the company has yet to recognize EFF’s concerns or implement EFF’s recommendations for the Binge On program. Read More »

T-Mobile throttles all video, misleads customers—again

The latest finding in a long line of corporate misbehavior. Read More »

Home broadband adoption declines for the first time

According to a new Pew study, home broadband subscriptions declined for the first time ever in 2015, down from 70% in 2013 to 67% this year, mainly due to monthly costs. Read More »

T-Mobile’s business practices: deceptive, abusive

A coalition of civil rights, consumer, and labor organizations are calling on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to investigate misleading advertisements and abusive debt collection practices at T-Mobile. Read More »

In a saturated wireless market, AT&T, Verizon make money while T-Mobile, Sprint lose it

Data from wireless analyst Chetan Sharma shows that the U.S. wireless market is saturated with fully 81 percent of the population using a smartphone, revealing an important trend in the wireless sector: growth for wireless companies is going to come from new services, not from adding new subscribers. Read More »

Almost half of US households have cut the cord for voice service

According to the most recent report from the CDC, more than 47 percent of American homes have only wireless telephones for voice service, an increase of 3.4 percent since 2014. Read More »

Are zero-rating video plans pro-consumer or do they violate net neutrality?

This disruption of the cable bundle is prompting important questions about the future of video services: are these plans precursors of new models for financing network investment and what will it all mean for consumer choice? Read More »

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