‘It’s wrong for a company like T-Mobile to profit from scams against its customers’
AT&T And Verizon Are ‘Raping’ Customers
Program excites consumers, worries net neutrality advocates
The Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming “incentive” auction of TV airwaves is already at war with itself.
The company objected to AT&T’s bid to buy T-Mobile, but now they want to themselves.
‘It was crazy’
Evidence keeps piling up that American consumers really do want an alternative to traditional wireless carriers.
Mobile phone companies have been duking it out for years
T-Mobile’s request to limit qualified bidders is about protectionism, not competition.
Competition, not government regulation, is the best way to generate diverse choices for consumers and businesses
Big Brother is reading your text messages, demanding ‘cell tower dumps,’ congressman reveals
AT&T has heavily criticized the FCC for its decision, arguing that the agency’s rejection of the merger will deprive consumers from more robust networks.
This isn’t a free market – this is abusive and capricious government interventionism.
‘The FCC may consider itself an expert agency on telecom, but it is not omniscient’
T-Mobile lays off 1,900 employees, more to come - The Verge
T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm has sent a memo to his employees today announcing the net elimination of around 1,900 jobs nationwide
Activations and unit sales don’t necessarily paint a complete picture
We desperately need to reform our antitrust laws.
Deutsche Telekom and Hungary’s Magyar Telekom have agreed to pay more than $95 million to end a long-running bribery investigation
‘Call it the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde agency’
Feds say the deal would have killed jobs and hurt competition by eliminating competition