FCC Chairwoman Wants to Significantly Raise US Broadband Minimums

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel wants to significantly raise US broadband minimums with gigabit speeds as the long-term goal.

FCC Votes In Favor of ‘Nutrition Labels’ for Broadband Providers

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unanimously voted in favor of requiring broadband providers to provide a “nutrition label.”

FCC Investigating If Tenants Are Paying Too Much for Broadband

The Federal Communications Commission is investigating if apartment and office tenants are paying too much for broadband.

AT&T Delays Fiber to 500,000 Homes Due to Chip Shortage

AT&T is the latest company to face delays in product rollouts as a result of a global ship shortage.

Starlink Speeds Giving Traditional Broadband a Run For Their Money

Starlink may be the new kid on the block in the broadband industry, but it’s already giving traditional companies a run for their money.

Biden Promotes High-Speed Internet Provision of Infrastructure Bill

President Joe Biden is talking up the high-speed internet provision of his signature infrastructure bill.

Consumers Less Satisfied With Internet Speeds in 2021

Consumers are less happy with their internet speeds in 2021 than they were in 2020, evidence of increased pandemic-fueled reliance on the internet.

FTC Sues Frontier Over Misleading Internet Speed Claims

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has sued Frontier Communications, accusing the company of lying about its internet speeds.

Elon Musk: Starlink Received Over 500,000 Orders, Most Will Receive Service

Elon Musk has disclosed that Starlink has received more than 500,000 orders, most of which will be filled.

T-Mobile Joins FCC Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

T-Mobile has announced it is joining the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, to provide low-cost broadband.

FCC Announces Start Date for Emergency Broadband Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced the start date of its emergency broadband program.

Governor Cuomo Makes Low-Cost Broadband Mandatory

Governor Cuomo has signed a bill that would force companies to make broadband access available to low-income families for $15 a month.

Biden Administration Plans to Deliver Broadband to All Within Eight Years

The Biden administration has unveiled an ambitious plan to provide broadband access to all Americans, including those currently underserved.

FCC Asks For Consumer Input On Their Internet

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants feedback on people’s broadband internet as the agency works to close the digital divide.

T-Mobile CEO: Our Competitors Spent $80 Billion To Catch Up and They Fell Short

“Our competitors just spent a combined $80 billion trying to catch up and match us and they fell short,” says T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert. “We didn’t just leave this auction with the most mid-band spectrum, we left the auction with…

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.

Coronavirus Relief Package Includes $7 Billion For Broadband

The upcoming coronavirus relief package Congress has been working on includes $7 billion for broadband at a time when it’s needed most.

TV and Broadband Providers Must Stop Charging Bogus Rental Fees

A law prohibiting TV and broadband providers from charging a rental fee for equipment the customer owns is going into effect Sunday.

Ericsson Mobility Report: 5G ‘Is Entering the Next Phase’

Ericsson has released the November 2020 edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report and it contains good news for 5G.

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.