News of Note—Verizon, Dialpad, AT&T and more

august 8 2017

> Verizon is now offering free access to Netflix for Fios internet and TV users that have Multi-Room DVR Enhanced for Premium service. SlashGear article

> C Spire is celebrating its 30-year anniversary as a telecom and broadband service provider. Release

> Dialpad is now offering its feature-packed Dialpad Free phone service to any small business with five or fewer employees, across the United States. Release

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> AT&T is offering its Gfast solution to apartments and condos in Boston. Meriel Marina Bay is the first apartment complex in the Boston area that is enabled for Gfast. Release

> The FCC has been asked by Congress to develop a national standard to determine whether mobile and broadband in rural areas is "reasonably comparable" to service in urban areas. Multichannel News article

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