Senators Want High-Speed Internet Threshold Quadrupled

In a letter to several government agencies, a bipartisan group of senators is calling for the definition of “high-speed” internet to be quadrupled.

On His Way Out, Ajit Pai Warns of China’s Threats to Telecoms

Ajit Pai has stepped down as Federal Communications Commission Chairman, but he had some parting words of warning regarding China.

Charter Ends Petition to Get Government Approval For Data Caps

Charter is ending its petition to get government approvals for imposing broadband data limits on customers.

FCC Cracks Down on Robocalls, Enlists Telcos to Help

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unveiled new rules cracking down on robocalls, requiring phone companies’ assistance.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Will Resign in January

Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has announced he will step down on January 20.

FCC Upholds ZTE’s ‘National Security Threat’ Status

The Federal Communications Commission has denied ZTE’s request to reconsider the decision to label it a national security threat.

FCC Reallocating Spectrum From Automotive Safety to Boost WiFi

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to free up spectrum currently reserved for automotive safety to improve WiFi.

Net Neutrality and a Biden Presidency

A Biden presidency could have an enormous impact on net neutrality, one of the most contested rules in recent years.

T-Mobile Inherits Sprint’s Spectrum…And Its Fines

T-Mobile and the Federal Communications Commission have reached a $200 million agreement over Sprint’s Lifeline abuses.

T-Mobile Explains Outage: ‘We Didn’t Meet Our Own Bar For Excellence’

T-Mobile experienced a major outage Monday, impacting thousands of customers around the world as voice and text services were down.