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AT&T Testing Wireless Home Broadband In At Least 4 States

WLL customers get a dedicated receiver and antenna in their homes that connect wirelessly to nearby AT&T towers. […] FierceWireless reports that testing of WLL has begun in parts of at least four states — Alabama, Georgia, Kansas and Virginia — and that users there are reporting seeing data speeds of 15-25Mbps. noch 87 Wörter

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Unlocking iPhone 6s: What you need use the new iPhone on any carrier you want

As The App Factor reminds us, buying the device directly from Apple is the easiest way to get an unlocked iPhone. All iPhones sold by carriers (on contract, on installments plans, and full-price) will be locked to that operator even if you pay full sticker price for your chosen flavor. noch 56 Wörter

Apps & Devices

Man builds house, then finds out cable Internet will cost $117,000

Cole Marshall had been looking for land to buy starting in 2012, and found the nearly 1-acre lot he’d ultimately purchase in 2013. The property is just outside the city limits of Sun Prairie, a city of about 30,000 residents, but has a Sun Prairie address and zip code. noch 91 Wörter

Policy & Ethics

Comcast doubled my speed and lowered my bill: competition works, sort of

I consider myself lucky to even have such a choice of real broadband providers. After all, as Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said in 2014, about 80 percent of Americans live in areas where they can buy 25Mbps service, but generally from only one ISP. noch 41 Wörter

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Net Champ Kids Quiz Contest by Connect Broadband

Connect broadband has taken the initiative to enhance general knowledge of school children about internet. We will be covering several topics related to internet technology and its benefits by the process of quiz contest. noch 64 Wörter

Internet Service Provider

White House says broadband is a 'Core Utility' just like power and water

A recent report from the Broadband Opportunity Council (under the auspices of the Oval Office) described broadband connectivity as an “essential infrastructure for communities” that “has steadily shifted from an optional amenity to a core utility” on par with water, electricity and sewers. noch 50 Wörter

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Tennessee explains why it should be able to limit city-run ISPs

In Tennessee, the Electric Power Board (EPB) of Chattanooga offers Internet and video service to residents, but state law prevented it from expanding outside its electric service area to adjacent towns that have poor Internet service. noch 38 Wörter

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