Verizon Wireless is trying to calm customer panic over its Share Everything data plans, the launch of which has drawn a comparison to last summer's Netflix debacle.
While there is a lot of headroom left for prepaid and especially connected devices, the first quarter of 2012 marked the final point of contract people maturity in the history of the U.S. wireless industry.
Verizon's Share Everything will not radically alter the equation. In some scenarios you will pay a little more, and in others you will pay a little less. Noteworthy, however, is the simplicity of the new structure.
A group of Verizon employees represented by the Communications Workers of America will gather in front of the Federal Communications Commission building today to protest Verizon Wireless' proposed co-marketing and services deal with cable operators.
The Communications Workers of America said that it expects hundreds of Verizon employees to join a rally it is organizing on Wednesday to protest spectrum and marketing deals that Verizon Wireless has struck with several cable opera
Comcast said it licensed ActiveVideo's CloudTV software platform for a tests of new video-on-demand user interface that it is running in Chattanooga, Tenn.
It was often and long enough promised and now Verizon Wireless delivered: Shared data pricing is here in a bigger and bolder version that anyone thought. In a radical departure from the world of a...
Verizon is taking another step in its next-gen technology evolution with plans to deploy Juniper's new PTX Series, a move that will enable them to collapse all of its disparate MPLS-based networks onto a common core network.
Though hamstrung by the bevy of frequencies upon which it will be deployed, LTE will nonetheless be available for globetrotters who need international roaming, said a Verizon Communications executive.
DALLAS--Verizon (NYSE: VZ) got the broadband market's attention recently with its plan to offer a 300 Mbps tier for its FiOS Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) service, a move the company says will...