India's regulator tells ISPs to improve broadband transparency; Gogo in-flight WiFi gets satellite connection

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> The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) wants the country's ISPs to improve transparency over provisioning broadband services. Article

> Intelsat will provide satellite connectivity for Gogo's international in-flight WiFi service. Release

> AT&T's CFO John Stephens will deliver a keynote speech at Bank of America Conference on Sept. 13. Release

> Segovia, Inc., d/b/a Inmarsat Government, has been selected as a prime contractor under the Custom SATCOM Solutions (CS2) contract. Release

And finally … An 86-year old man accidentally overpaid Comcast--but instead of refunding him the money, the MSO gave him an 8.5-year credit. Article

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