Some Frontier customers continue to complain of troubles; Microsoft, Google reach agreement on complaints to regulators

More wireline news from across the Web:

> Microsoft and Google have agreed to stop complaining about each other's business practices to federal regulators. Re/code article

> FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel continues to face challenges to her nomination to the FCC. TheHill article

> Some Frontier customers continue to complain of service disruptions following the close of the company's acquisition of parts of Verizon's FiOS territory. Ventura County Star article

> A Wall Street Journal article looks at cable and telco usage caps on their wired networks and their effect on cord cutters. WSJ article

Wireless News

> Verizon continued to bleed prepaid users, opting to cede the market to carrier-owned brands such as MetroPCS and Cricket. Meanwhile, the nation's largest mobile network operator considers TracFone its prepaid offering. Article

> T-Mobile urged the FCC to reconsider several key provisions and practices regarding video distribution, saying they're unfair to players looking to deliver content on devices other than traditional TVs. Article

Cable News

> In separate conference calls with news reporters today, the NCTA and the ACA said the FCC is stepping outside its jurisdiction in trying to rewrite rules governing the leasing of pay-TV set-tops. Article

> The top media analysts have churned through the forensics of the carriage renewal deal between Dish and Viacom and the results are in: Viacom fared better than expected. Article

And finally… Revenues from mobile games are on pace to surpass the revenues generated from PCs and video game consoles this year. Article

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