As the business data services (BDS) proceeding is drawing to a close, some are still arguing for an additional delay, suggesting that resolution of this proceeding is contrary to the facts and will slow the deployment of 5G services.
[C]ompanies that collect and use the most customer information on the internet are not the Internet service providers but other internet companies, including operating system providers, web browsers, search engines, and social media platforms.
March 30, the Federal Communications Commission circulated a drastically different vision for the Business Data Services marketplace [than what was seen during the Wheeler FCC].
Congress continues to have significant concerns around how to design an infrastructure program to ensure that any dollars designated for broadband are spent wisely. Fortunately, there is a solution.
Federal Communications Commission reform is a topic of much discussion these days. Indeed, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has already initiated some important process reforms and we anticipate that more are coming.
It remains unclear why the Wireless Bureau continues to question the value of giving consumers the ability to watch video without incurring any data charges.
Dec 20, AT&T launches AT&T Call Protect. The free network-based service gives eligible AT&T wireless customers with HD Voice more control over unwanted calls on their smartphones.
As we explain (again) in the response provided to the Wireless Bureau, the video entertainment marketplace is ripe for disruptive change, which is exactly why consumers have enthusiastically embraced Data Free TV in all its competitive forms.
On Nov 30, AT&T begins offering 3 video streaming services – DIRECTV NOW, FreeVIEW and Fullscreen. This is rules-free TV for anyone in the US who wants to stream shows and movies anytime, anywhere.
We are notifying the Federal Communications Commission that we are “opting-in” to the forbearance granted in the Commission’s 2016 Lifeline Modernization Order.