Keyword: Consolidated Communications
FierceTelecom is sizing up the quarterly business service performance of the top telcos, cable operators and competitive providers.
CenturyLink, Consolidated, Frontier and Windstream have collectively made their case to preserve rural census tracts for 3.5 GHz spectrum.
Wireless, wireline and cable providers have been implementing data usage caps to control how much bandwidth is consumed from their networks.
Consolidated Communications is extending its fiber network to more wireless towers amidst a challenging pricing environment.
Consolidated says that by raising broadband speeds in the FairPoint markets it now serves, it can raise ARPU and stem losses.
Consolidated Communications is promising its New England residential and business customers greater broadband speeds and additional services.
FairPoint Communications' post-acquisition brand change is here: The service provider will now operate as Consolidated Communications.
Service providers are taking their CAF-II funding allocations to extend services to hard-to-reach rural areas in their service territories.
CenturyLink and Frontier are making progress in building out broadband to more rural areas via the FCC’s CAF-II program.
Consolidated Communications has begun the process of rebranding the FairPoint assets it purchased this past July.