Top story of the week
But AT&T doesn't sound too encouraged about the prospects of it jumping ahead of Verizon
Even more bad news for this telecom
After last week's confession by Clearwire
Sprint, though, has had its own discouraging encounters with the credit ratings agencies.
DSL users, slow down...
If DSL users don't slow down, Internet service provider CenturyLink
How fast is too fast?
Verizon is trying not to kill the golden goose of high data rate plans. Yes, if a customer buys one of those plans, that's more money for the company, but it won't be too long before some customers will start regularly going over their plans' limits and begin choking on their monthly bills. To try to achieve a balance between high data usage and keeping customers, Verizon is working to optimize the relationship of video quality, data usage, and mobile device.
Have we reached a point where the quality of our mobile devices and the speed of our wireless networks have created something that is just too expensive? To paraphrase J.P. Morgan, if you have to ask the price of your data plan, maybe you can't afford it.
I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. Until next week...
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