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AT&T High Speed Internet for $15/month, up to 3Mbit

AT&T High Speed Internet for $15/month, up to 3Mbit
by Luigi Lugmayr
For new customers only, AT&T still offers its AT&T High Speed DSL Service for $14.95 per month for the first 12 months. And unlike its typical offers, this one isn't limited to just the slowest plan; choose from... Read more Sep 30 2010, 10:49pm CDT
 

AT&T High Speed Internet for $15/month, up to 3Mbit

AT&T High Speed Internet for $15/month, up to 3Mbit
by Luigi Lugmayr
For new customers only, AT&T still offers its AT&T High Speed DSL Service for $14.95 per month for the first 12 months. And unlike its typical offers, this one isn't limited to just the slowest plan; choose from... Read more Sep 24 2010, 5:14am CDT
 

AT&T High Speed Internet for $15/month, up to 3Mbit

AT&T High Speed Internet for $15/month, up to 3Mbit
by Luigi Lugmayr
For new customers only, AT&T still offers its AT&T High Speed DSL Service for $14.95 per month for the first 12 months. And unlike its typical offers, this one isn't limited to just the slowest plan; choose from... Read more Sep 16 2010, 2:07pm CDT
 

AT&T: $350 in Prepaid Cards with U-verse purchase, DSL for $15 per month

AT&T: $350 in Prepaid Cards with U-verse purchase, DSL for $15 per month
by Luigi Lugmayr
At AT&T, sign up for a select AT&T U-verse Broadband / TV / phone package and receive $350 in AT&T Reward Prepaid Cards for free. (Click "Shop U-verse" to see the extra discount.) The price and availability... Read more Sep 7 2010, 3:14pm CDT
 

The FCC Changes What Broadband Is

The FCC Changes What Broadband Is
by Robert Evans
The FCC has just changed their definition of broadband Internet (via IntoMobile). Now broadband is 4 megabits per second download speed and 1 megabit per second upload speed. By this definition, roughly 24 million... Read more Jul 22 2010, 11:57am CDT
 

Senators Think FCC Broadband Plan is Modest

Senators Think FCC Broadband Plan is Modest
by Shane McGlaun
The new Obama back national broadband plan that the FCC is carrying out is looking to give access to broadband up to 100Mbps in major cities and of at least 4Mbps everywhere. Some Senators has started asking the FCC is... Read more Jul 13 2010, 10:41am CDT
 

US To Have Nationwide High-Speed Broadband

US To Have Nationwide High-Speed Broadband
by Robert Evans
It's a good day to be an American. BBC News reports that the FCC has just sent in a plan to congress based around the establishment of nation-wide high speed broadband. The report states that roughly 100 million... Read more Mar 17 2010, 9:25am CDT
 

Ofcom to Look at TV White Spaces

by Shane McGlaun
Ofcom has pledged that it will investigate potential customer uses for unoccupied radio waves between TV stations known as white spaces. The spaces are typically used by TV stations and can travel long distances and... Read more Nov 18 2009, 5:58am CST
 

Verizon To Offer Prepaid Wireless Service For Laptops

Verizon To Offer Prepaid Wireless Service For Laptops
by Robert Evans
Folks who want the option of having mobile wireless broadband access without the cost or commitment of signing up for a contract now have a new option. CNet reports that Verizon will soon begin to offer prepaid wireless... Read more Nov 5 2009, 9:33am CST
 

Global Broadband Subscribers Hit 400 Million

Global Broadband Subscribers Hit 400 Million
by Shane McGlaun
According to the Broadband Forum, global broadband subscribers have hit a historic milestone with 400 million worldwide subscribers. In 1998, only 57,200 broadband subscribers were using high-speed connections around... Read more Nov 19 2008, 12:12pm CST
 

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