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AT&T asks FCC to enforce expired roaming rates with iWireless

AT&T asked the FCC to force a regional carrier in Iowa to provide roaming services at the same rates of a contract between the two companies that expired in December.

Verizon, Frontier may face service disruption due to Florida pole attachment dispute

Verizon and Frontier Communications customers in Florida might have to deal with a service disruption if the two carriers can't resolve an ongoing dispute over pole attachments with Florida Power and Light, the state's incumbent utility provider and major pole owner.

USTelecom drops out of anti-Charter mergers group Stop Mega Cable Coalition

USTelecom said that it is dropping out of the Stop Mega Cable Coalition, less than a month after formation of the group, which is intended to halt Charter Communication's takeovers of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.

NYC lobbies against Altice-Cablevision deal at state Public Service Commission

New York City officials said they have "serious concern" over the proposed $17.7 billion takeover of Cablevision by Europe's Altice NV.

Republican senators say FCC's 25 Mbps broadband standard isn't fair

The FCC's 25 Mbps broadband definition is facing more criticism from Republican lawmakers with Senators Fred Upton and Greg Walden claiming the regulator is simply power hungry.

Wheeler: AT&T taking set-top debate to 'the extremes'

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler shot back at an AT&T blog post he said takes the debate over his new set-top box proposal to "the extremes."

Critics poke holes in math behind Wheeler's set-top proposal

Critics are taking to task the math behind FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's plan to "unlock" the pay-TV set-top leasing business.

Apple, Cisco dis 2.4 GHz, favor 5 GHz for enterprise Wi-Fi

Apple and Cisco are making it pretty clear they don't want their enterprise customers thinking about using the 2.4 GHz band.

T-Mobile urges FCC to 'tread lightly' regarding net neutrality

T-Mobile continued to defend its Binge On program and urged the FCC to "tread lightly" while attempting to address net neutrality concerns in mobile, according to a report from  The Hill.

Canada's telecom sector slows to a crawl, but 1.4 percent growth is ahead in 2016, economist says

Canada's telecom industry may not be on the right growth path: A number of factors including high debt, combined with limited job prospects are making it difficult for the country's consumers to spend more on their telecom services-- limiting growth to just 0.4 percent in 2015, according to The Conference Board of Canada.