T-Mobile is taking aim at Comcast with its latest 5G Home Internet promotion, inviting customers to “Make Xfinity Your Ex.”
Comcast is once again showing why it is among the most hated companies in America, charging customers a $27 “Broadcast TV” fee.
Comcast is once again proving why it has earned its place as one of America’s most hated companies.
More than 20 million Xfinity customers are getting a speed boost, in some cases as much as double the speeds they previously had.
Walmart is reportedly exploring deals with top streaming platforms with a view to adding them to its Walmart+ bundle.
Microsoft surprised the industry Netflix chose the Redmond company for its advertising ambitions, but Microsoft had a winning formula.
Comcast has successfully broke the 4Gbps speed barrier in a lab test, holding out promise for substantially faster internet speeds.
Comcast has announced it is committing $1 billion over the next 10 years, to help low-income families close the digital divide.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has withdrawn a lawsuit challenging California’s net neutrality rules.
Comcast is delaying its plans to impose data caps amid pushback from consumers and lawmakers alike.
Comcast is not winning any popularity contests this week as it announces internet and TV price hikes on the heels of expanding data caps.
At a time when Americans are relying on internet access more than ever, Comcast Xfinity is rolling out data caps across its market.
A Biden presidency could have an enormous impact on net neutrality, one of the most contested rules in recent years.
Walmart and Comcast are in talks to partner on smart TVs running Comcast’s software.
Comcast has become the first ISP to join Mozilla’s initiative and “provide Firefox users with private and secure encrypted Domain Name System (DNS) services through Mozilla’s Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR) Program.”
Comcast has announced that its Xfinity WiFi hotspots will remain free and open to anyone through the rest of 2020.
Comcast, T-Mobile and Verizon have announced they will extend their coronavirus service protection policies until at least June 30.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, multiple wireless and internet providers have joined the FCC’s “Keep Americans Connected Pledge.”