Don't forget what Verizon tried to do: http://www.theverge.com/2014/12/2/7324063/verizon-kills-off-sugarstring
They shuttered their own project for talking about net surveillance. Bahahaha.Don't forget what Verizon tried to do: http://www.theverge.com/2014/12/2/7324063/verizon-kills-off-sugarstring
Even in population centers the broadband options suck. It's a duopoly in most of the bigger places. You have the telco's rusted and falling lines or cables often crumbling old patchwork. Two options isn't choice, especially where those two companies often work together and cross promote.
There is rural land in almost every state in the US where electric is not available or cost prohibitive.If you count Alaska there are many areas of the US that have no electricity :lol:
Public traded company, so you never know Oh wait I don't hold stock shares of anything and got out of that racket a long time ago.If you owned Verizon yo wouldn't be complaining at all
Already done.First they need to buy their partner out of the wireless brand.
I was that busy to have missed a $130 billion deal in February. Quite scary how little coverage and wide chatter there was with this deal. That's a GIGANTIC deal.
This was in 2014 drmike. Not this year.I was that busy to have missed a $130 billion deal in February. Quite scary how little coverage and wide chatter there was with this deal. That's a GIGANTIC deal.
On that note, clear VZ is dumping old wirelines and going wireless + content play.
I feel for folks in the Verizon landline regions. This is going to get ugly. Saw there are data caps now supposedly with FIOS and DSL packages, perhaps loosely under their terms, but real ceilings.