Defying all expectations, Comcast has gone from prosecuting customers for piracy to actually defending them.
Read More »
AT&T lowers its data plans' cost-per-byte, but will most people notice?
Sprint assures us it isn't throttling users. It's merely kicking them off the network.
Telecoms flex their muscles as file sizes become larger and infrastructures remain fragile.
Multi-billion-dollar conglomerate wants more money for a service that costs it next to nothing.
AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, et al. will give you a stern lecture -- several, in fact -- before losing your monthly payments.
Verizon, AT&T, and the rest are starting to see texting revenue slump as users grow smarter.
The favored carrier announces data throttling just before it strikes gold.