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AT&T completes acquisition of Centennial

The FCC approved AT&T's $944 million acquisition of Centennial Communications, clearing the way for the deal to close and giving the nation's No. 2 wireless carrier around 893,000 new customers.

The overlooked underserved: reversing the trend

by David Sutphen, co-chair of the Internet Innovation AllianceThe Federal Communications Commission recently held a field hearing to further explore broadband adoption issues, specifically among

Comcast deserves FCC scrutiny, too

The Federal Communications Commission has a lot on its plate at the moment: Net neutrality, the development of a national broadband plan, Google Voice, E-Rate, Frontier's acquisition of Verizon

Windstream snaps up CLEC NuVox

Windstream may have yet to make a big acquisition of one of its tier 2 peers, but that's not to say it isn't making strategic acquisitions either. Evidence of that trend came yesterday as the tier 2

Report: FCC staff recommend approval of AT&T-Centennial deal

FCC staffers have recommended that the commission approve AT&T's $944 million acquisition of Centennial Communications, according to a Bloomberg report. The companies have been urging the FCC to

How Google Voice is growing

In response to questions by U.S.

Google Voice has more than 1.4M users

Google Voice has more than 1.4 million users, and of those, 570,000, or 40 percent, use the service every day, according to a confidential part of a letter Google sent to the FCC, which was disclosed

Broadcasters anxious over FCC spectrum plans

Broadcasters are growing increasingly anxious over the prospect that the FCC may re-allocate broadcast spectrum for use by wireless carriers as part of its national broadband plan. Meanwhile, the FCC

Broadcasters wary of FCC spectrum plans

Broadcasters are growing increasingly anxious over the prospect that the FCC may re-allocate broadcast spectrum for use by wireless carriers as part of its national broadband plan. Meanwhile, the FCC

Sprint's Hesse on how the carrier will get back to growth- page 2

Previous page FierceWireless: Why the decision to launch " Any Mobile, Anytime?" What do you think of the T-Mobile rate plan changes--do they affect you in any way? Hesse: I can't say that competitive