Latest Telecoms News about USA

USA Regulator Fines Chines Firm Selling Phone Jammers

  The USA's Federal Communications Commission has issued a $34.9 million fine against a Chinese electronics manufacturer and online retailer, for selling signal jamming devices to U.S. consumers....

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Huawei Sues Samsung over Alleged Patent Infringements

  China's Huawei has launched a series of lawsuits against Samsung in China and the USA alleging the company has infringed on its patents....

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Bango Acquires BilltoMobile to Expand Carrier Billing Reach in the USA

  Bango has acquired the BilltoMobile carrier billing service and associated contracts from Danal....

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T-Mobile Enables Roaming in Cuba

  T-Mobile USA has signed an interconnect and roaming agreement with Cuba's state-owned telecoms company, Empresa De Telecomunicaciones De Cuba....

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Smartphone Upgrade Plan Enrollment Quadruples from 2013

  Upgrade plan enrollment has more than quadrupled since September 2013, going from 7 to 31 percent by the end of the first quarter (Q1) 2014, according to the new report from NPD....

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Number of Robocalls Made to U.S. Consumers Spikes Over 13% in March

  Every second, 963 robocalls -- automated phone calls that deliver a pre-recorded message or connect with a telemarketer -- are made somewhere in America....

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Google Slashes Political Lobbying Outlay by a Quarter

  Google slashed spending on lobbying by 25.5 percent in the first quarter of 2016 to $3.80 million, while AT&T reported the highest lobbying outlay at $4.48 million among a group of 16 tech and communications companies ...

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Wireless Charging and Fingerprint Scanner Technology Amp Up Smartphone User Satisfaction

  Advanced technology that improves smartphone usability, such as wireless charging and fingerprint scanners, enables wireless subscribers to be more actively engaged with their device and helps increase their satisfaction, ...

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Verizon Workers to Strike Over Contract Terms

  Around 40,000 staff working for USA based Verizon are set to strike this week following months of negotiations over their employment contracts....

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Majority of Wireless Consumers Support Abolition of Net Neutrality

  A new CTIA-commissioned Harris Poll survey found that Americans would overwhelmingly welcome new free data options that allow consumers to access more content and services without counting against their data plan....

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