Consumers aren't happy with their broadband experience; FreedomPop unveils free broadband plan

@FierceTelecom RT @CNET Three quarters of consumers aren't happy with their broadband service Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> FreedomPop has unveiled an ambitious plan to begin offering free national broadband this upcoming summer. Article

> Brasil Telecom plans to sell BRL 2 billion ($1.16 billion) of bonds in the local markets to refinance its short-term debt and fund future CAPEX requirements. Article

> Engage Communication, a provider of circuit emulation and encryption solutions, is giving businesses a migration path from ATM to IP-based networks. Release

> Telefonica Germany has introduced a plan to protect their users from online fraud. Article

> tw telecom has become an Amazon Web Services Direct Connect Solution Provider. Release

> MegaPath's Hosted Voice solution was selected for the 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award. Release

> Alibaba Group plans to raise $3 billion to purchase back its stake in Yahoo!. Article

And finally ... The availability of greater bandwidth speeds at the home and more efficient video conferencing technology is driving the advent of web-based counseling. Article

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