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Sprint Partners Making Headway in Rural LTE Push

Sprint says 16 of the 30 companies who've agreed to participate in its Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program have launched their LTE networks. The Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program is similar to Verizon Wireless' LTE in Rural America initiative. Show More Summary

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Some mobile customers are eligible for a refundSprint and Verizon Wireless mobile phone consumers in the District who were victims of the illegal billing practice known as mobile cramming are eligible for refunds through a national settlement...Show More Summary

Verizon Expands XLTE to 6 More Markets

Verizon Wireless today marked the one-year anniversary of its XLTE service by expanding coverage to six additional markets. XLTE is now available in Marshalltown, Iowa; Madisonville and Owensboro, Ky.; Traverse City, Mich.; Meridian, Miss.; and Martinsville, Va. Show More Summary

Vodafone's FY profits tumble

British telco's result skewed by sale of Verizon Wireless stake in prior year.

Drunk dad let unlicensed daughter drive home from concert

last weekNews : NY Daily News

The daughter of Jason Phipps, who only has her learner’s permit, hit a parked Jeep in the lot of Alpharetta’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheater but just drove off anyway.

Verizon rolls out Windows Phone 8.1 GDR 2 to HTC One M8 for Windows

Owners of the HTC One M8 for Windows on Verizon Wireless should be on the lookout for a software update today. We have received a number of tips alerting us to an over-the-air update for the smartphone, and Verizon's website has confirmed they launched an update. Show More Summary

Verizon Adds LG Lancet to Windows Phone Lineup

Verizon Wireless today announced the LG Lancet, the first Windows Phone handset to support Verizon's Advanced Calling 1.0 service. Lancet owners will be able to make high-definition voice calls via Verizon's LTE network. The phone runs...Show More Summary

LG Lancet Windows Phone Device Now Available For Order From Verizon Wireless

  LG Lancet Windows Phone device is now available for order from Verizon Wireless. It features a 4.5-inch display, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera shoots, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and 2,100 mAh battery. It costs $120 without contract and $19.99 on 2 year contract. Specifications: XLTE Ready Doubling our 4G LTE bandwidth in cities coast to coast. […]

Verizon rumored to start selling LG Lancet with Windows Phone on May 21

Last week, Windows Central received the full spec sheet and brochure for the upcoming, and still unannounced, LG Lancet with Windows Phone 8.1 Update 2, from Verizon Wireless. Now another report claims that the phone will actually go on sale on Thursday, May 21.

Verizon's upcoming Lumia 735 leaked again with official render

We have been reporting for quite a while now that Verizon Wireless is planning to sell a version of Microsoft's Lumia 735 smartphone. The Windows Phone device was recently outed by the FCC, and now an official render of the Verizon Lumia 735 has made its way on the Internet.

Verizon Wireless, Sprint to Pay $158 Million to Settle Cramming Allegations

Verizon Wireless and Sprint Corp. have agreed to to settle allegations they billed consumers millions of dollars for unauthorized text messaging services.

Woman Sues Verizon After Customer Service Call Leads To Heart Attack

You may have problems with your cell phone provider, but one woman says her problem led to a life-threatening medical emergency. Last year, Angela Hawkins called Verizon Wireless to discuss the lapse of a $60 bill credit. Instead of a helpful conversation with a customer service representative, she ended up in the hospital and in […]

Verizon Wireless and Sprint to Pay $158 Million to Settle Billing Investigations

last weekTechnology : Bits

Verizon agreed to pay $90 million and Sprint $68 million to settle F.C.C. investigations into millions of dollars of unauthorized charges that appeared on customers' cellphone bills.

Verizon and Sprint will pay $158 million to settle FCC billing complaint charges

Verizon Wireless and Sprint will pay a combined total of $158 million to settle billing complain charges filed by the Federal Communications Commission. Under the terms of the settlement, Verizon will pay $90 million, while Sprint will have to spend $68 million, for a total of $158 million. Show More Summary

Woman Claims Verizon Customer Service Call Caused Heart Attack, Sues Company For $2 Million

A 52-year-old Verizon Wireless customer from Virginia, Angela Hawkins, claims that a call with a rude customer service representative caused her to have a heart attack. The woman says that the customer service agent threatened to have her arrested which led to her heart attack. Show More Summary

Verizon, Sprint Agree To Pay Combined $158 Million Over Unauthorized Customer Billing Claims

WASHINGTON -- The Federal Communications Commission announced Tuesday that Verizon Wireless and Sprint Corporation will pay tens of millions of dollars to settle claims that they unfairly billed customers for unauthorized third-party...Show More Summary

Sprint and Verizon Fined Total of $158M to Settle Cramming Charges

The FCC today said Sprint and Verizon Wireless have agreed to pay $158 million to settle charges that they fraudulently charged customers for third-party services -- a tactic referred to as cramming. Specifically, Sprint will pay a total...Show More Summary

Woman Sues Verizon After Bad Customer Service Causes Heart Attack

A Virginia woman has sued Verizon Wireless for $2.35 million claiming the company caused her to have a heart attack during a customer service call.

Woman sues Verizon after bad customer service "caused" heart attack

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Angela Hawkins, 52, of Chesapeake, Virgina filed a $2.25 million lawsuit against Verizon Wireless, claiming that rude and threatening customer service representatives caused her to suffer a heart attack. Read the rest

Verizon Wireless Tells 'Price Sensitive' Customers It Doesn't Want Them, Declares It Doesn't Need To Truly Compete

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We've noted how AT&T and Verizon investors and executives have been terrified for some time that they would have to (gasp) compete on price as T-Mobile continues to disrupt the market with its consumer-friendly, faux-punk rock behavior. Show More Summary

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