CenturyLink's Actel sells 700 MHz A Block licenses to T-Mobile; eVisits are expected to save $5B this year over in-office physician visits

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> Study reveals that the speed of U.S. broadband in some cases is better than what's in Europe. Article

> CenturyLink subsidiary Actel has sold 700 MHz A Block licenses to T-Mobile US for an undisclosed amount. Article

> eVisits are expected to save $5B this year over the cost of traditional in-office physician visits, says a new Deloitte study. Article

Cable News
> Unhappy sports fans won one in their antitrust lawsuit against Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League, Comcast and DirecTV when a federal judge rejected an effort by the defendants to dismiss the case. Article

> The ongoing nasty antitrust court battle between Viacom and Cablevision has escalated with Viacom now alleging that Cablevision committed fraud when the two companies signed a carriage deal in 2012. Article

Wireless News
> Key lawmakers have told the FCC not to ignore national security concerns when deciding on which company should manage a major telephone-numbers management contract that has pitted U.S.-based Neustar against Ericsson's Telcordia unit. Article

> Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure formally took the helm of the nation's No. 3 carrier on Monday and is faced with immense challenges and strong expectations from Sprint Chairman and SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, who has put his faith in Claure to turn Sprint around. Article

And finally… Forbes: ‏ 70% of employees work from alternative locations (not just home) on a regular basis. Article

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