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Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)

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  • Low-Cost Broadband in Senate Bill Sparks Alarm on Rates
    Bloomberg

    Low-Cost Broadband in Senate Bill Sparks Alarm on Rates

    (Bloomberg) -- The infrastructure bill moving through Congress requires internet service providers to offer a low-cost option, sparking opposition from a top Republican senator who said the mandate may lead to broadband rate regulation.The $550 billion bill, which advanced in the Senate late Wednesday, includes $65 billion for broadband expansion. The measure will require funding recipients to offer a low-cost plan, the White House said in a summary. It didn’t offer details on price or speed of

  • Verizon Response Team drone piloting program takes off
    GlobeNewswire

    Verizon Response Team drone piloting program takes off

    In the deployment of Verizon Frontline technologies, the Verizon Response Team (VRT) is in the process of certifying 18 drone pilots nationwide, adding aerial search-and-rescue and awareness capabilities.Verizon Frontline is the advanced network and technology built for first responders, developed over three decades of partnership with the public safety community. BASKING RIDGE, N.J., July 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Verizon Frontline recently announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind unmanne

  • No More ‘Dumb and Dumber’: T-Mobile Is Done Taunting Its Rivals
    Bloomberg

    No More ‘Dumb and Dumber’: T-Mobile Is Done Taunting Its Rivals

    (Bloomberg) -- T-Mobile US Inc., the once boisterous and often obnoxious upstart of the wireless industry, is settling into a more subdued middle age. No longer trying to generate buzz by openly mocking its rivals, T-Mobile is instead showing up its peers in the stock market.Under former CEO John Legere, T-Mobile positioned itself as a scrappy independent that branded competitors AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. as “dumb and dumber.” Often clad in black and magenta garb, Legere took on