Android Messages Will Be Default Verizon Messaging App Next Year

Verizon has announced it will begin preloading Android messages as the default messaging app on its Android phones starting next year.

Dish Moving From T-Mobile to AT&T for Network Coverage

Dish Network has reach an agreement for AT&T to provide network coverage to its customers for the next ten years, at the cost of $5 billion.

AT&T Unveils Unlimited Plans With No Throttling

AT&T is taking a page from T-Mobile’s book, updating its high-end unlimited plan to include no throttling.

Telecom Companies Win Injunction Against NY Affordable Broadband Act

Telecom companies have won a last-minute injunction against New York’s Affordable Broadband Act, putting the law’s future in jeopardy.

AT&T Settles D.C. Overcharging Lawsuit, Will Pay $1.5 Million

AT&T has agreed to pay $1.5 million to the District of Columbia as a result of overcharging the District for years.

T-Mobile Reports Quarterly Results, Smashes Estimates

T-Mobile has reported its quarterly results, beating analysts’ estimates and reporting strong subscriber growth.

ISPs Spent $8.2 Million Buying Fake Anti-Net Neutrality Comments

A new report by the New York Attorney General shows the largest US ISPs funded a campaign that resulted in millions of fake comments opposing net neutrality.

AT&T Scores on Wireless Growth and HBO Max

AT&T reported its first-quarter results, scoring big on wireless subscriber growth and HBO Max subscriptions.

Ookla Releases Latest Wireless Report, T-Mobile Comes Out on Top

Ookla, the maker of the popular Speedtest app, has released its latest report and T-Mobile has come out as the big winner in wireless.

AT&T and WarnerMedia Launching Distance Learning Platform

AT&T has announced it is launching AT&T Connected Learning, a distance learning platform, in partnership with WarnerMedia.