Mobile phone operators must now limit how much they charge customers for using the Internet within the European Union, after new rules went into effect Monday.
TWC adds 5 more HD channels in San Antonio . . . Time Warner Cable Business Class hires Delis as VP, national sales.
Comcast’s all-digital conversion project is making its way through the company’s Keystone Region in Pennsylvania.
Charter is increasing Internet download speeds for its Express and Internet Plus tiers, and it is also increasing the upload and download speeds for its Internet Max tier.
Cox recently launched its Caller ID on TV service to several new markets in Louisiana.
The National Cable & Telecommunications Association has thrown its backing behind Cablevision Systems’ Supreme Court challenge to must-carry rules.
Dish Network's aggressive advertising blitz grabbed more subscribers for the third straight quarter, though that cut into profits during the final three months of the year.
Cablevision’s Optimum Business division is helping out its voice and data customers in the New York metropolitan area with a new partner program that helps them save money.
Arris is making its three-tuner Moxi HD DVR available for standalone purchase.
Verecloud is hitting the OSS/BSS market with a new platform to help CSPs prepare their back offices so that they can offer a new set of cloud-based services to SMBs.
Oregon became the sixth state to approve Frontier Communications' purchase of the local fixed-line phone business of Verizon Communications.
A campaign to make Topeka a test site for a new, ultra-fast Internet service is gathering speed.
Verizon Wireless has been slapped with a class-action lawsuit over $1.99 data fees alleged to have been improperly charged to non-smartphone customers.
Sprint Nextel wants to clear the air regarding confusion in the wireless market it says was created by claims from Verizon Wireless and AT&T.