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.

FCC Established 5G Fund for Rural America to Speed 5G Deployment

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established the 5G Fund for Rural America in a bid to close the digital divide.

Verizon Purchasing Kentucky-Based Bluegrass Cellular

Verizon has announced its intention to purchase Bluegrass Cellular, the oldest wireless carrier in Kentucky.

T-Mobile Adds Mid-Band 5G In Over 80 Cities; Verizon Calls ‘Foul’

T-Mobile has rolled out high-speed, mid-band 5G in over 80 cities as it continues to utilize the spectrum it acquired with Sprint.

DOJ Takes Another Shot At State-Level Net Neutrality

The DOJ is asking a federal judge to overturn California’s net neutrality law, arguing that federal law should take precedence.

T-Mobile and Sprint Officially Unified Under T-Mobile Brand

Four months after completing a merger years in the making, T-Mobile has officially shut down the Sprint brand.

FCC Green Lights Amazon’s Kuiper Satellite Plans

Amazon has received the green light to move forward with its plans to launch a satellite constellation to provide internet access.