Here are some ways wireless companies are purposefully misleading customers through confusing terms and hidden fine print.
Verizon announced that they had agreed to a patent licensing agreement with Google.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is calling out Verizon for their Title II hypocrisy.
Verizon can’t seem to decide whether or not they favor Title II classification.
Verizon tells the FCC that “sponsored data” is reasonable given the consumer benefits.
Previously, Verizon has decided not to compete against rival carriers on a consistent basis.
Best Buy is currently running a promotion for the HTC M8, with the 32gb LTE model costing just $29,99, and are giving away a $150/$100 gift card with the purchase of a Droid Turbo.
Sprint will throttle these new users to make sure their network is fine for other customers.
Verizon has begun tests for switching networks used for 3G to LTE in some markets around the country.
Broadband providers have spent millions to “lobby state/federal legislatures” to stop public Internet services that offer faster speeds at cheaper rates.