Lawmakers May Block FCC’s Ligado 5G Decision

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted unanimously to allow Ligado to deploy a low-power 5G network, and lawmakers are not happy.

Carriers Extend Service Protection Due to Coronavirus

Comcast, T-Mobile and Verizon have announced they will extend their coronavirus service protection policies until at least June 30.

FCC Goes After Telecoms With Ties to China

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has thrown down the gauntlet, going after telecom companies that have strong ties to Beijing.

Wireless Carriers Reneging On Promise Not to Disconnect Users

Individuals experiencing pandemic-related financial hardship are receiving threatening letters and being disconnected by their wireless providers.

Google Gains DOJ Clearance to Use Undersea Internet Cable

Amid the ongoing pandemic, Google has gained Department of Justice (DOJ) approval to use an undersea cable to ease network stress.

FCC Prepares to Open 6 GHz Spectrum

The FCC is preparing to vote on making 1,200 megahertz of spectrum available for unlicensed use in the 6GHz band.

FCC Sets Deadline For Carriers to Fight Robocallers

The FCC has set a deadline for phone carriers to support the STIR/SHAKEN protocol, in an effort to fight robocalls.

FCC Approves Up to 1 Million Starlink Ground Antenna

Starlink just passed a major milestone in its plans to provide broadband internet via a constellation of satellites: approval for 1 million ground antenna.

Coronavirus: FCC Grants Verizon Temporary Spectrum

In an effort to help keep up with increased demand and strain on their network, the FCC has temporarily granted Verizon additional spectrum.

Coronavirus: Wireless and Internet Providers Join ‘Keep Americans Connected Pledge’

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, multiple wireless and internet providers have joined the FCC’s “Keep Americans Connected Pledge.”