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Republicans want a "slower, censored, and more expensive Internet," group says.
New EchoStar satellite will compete with ViaSat-3 network planned for 2019
Everyone should have fast home Internet and mobile access, commenters tell FCC.
There's only been one formal net neutrality complaint, and FCC hasn't ruled on it.
By saying mobile is good enough, FCC could find that deployment problem is solved.
ATT and Verizon can charge more for business data, but lawsuit is still pending.
Examination of 2,500 home Internet providers finds sizable minority with caps.
Enrique Marti del Olmo, Vodafone Grouprsquo;s Head of Fixed Devices, Connectivity & Security, appointed to the prpl Board of DirectorsSANTA CLARA, CALIF. – August 7, 2017 – The prpl Foundation, an open-source, community-driven consortium with a focus on enabling the security and interoperability of embedded devices for the smart society of the future, today announced Vodafone Group has joined the Foundation.

As a leading multi-national telecommunications provider and Europersquo;s fastest-growing fixed broadband provider, Vodafone joins... Source: RealWire
Robustness & reliability of solution, “pay-as-you-growrdquo; subscription model, ease of link management and ability to deploy industry leading security controls set InfiNet apart from competitionKarachi, Pakistan – August 7, 2017 - InfiNet Wireless, the global leader in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, today announced that K-Electric Limited (KEL), formerly Karachi Electric Supply Company Limited, has decided to upgrade its wireless network infrastructure with InfiNet Wirelessrsquo; industry leading point-to-point (PTP) solutions.The new InfiNet network, which will span... Source: RealWire
Despite Pai on face, US federal regulator keeps digging DDoS BS hole America's broadband watchdog, the FCC, has continued digging an ever-deeper hole over its claims it was subject to a distributed denial-of-service attack.…
$9.25 monthly subsidy for mobile service would be eliminated by Republican bill.
NCTA touts data based on outdated broadband speed benchmark of 3Mbps.