Nearly half of America's wireless customers say price is one of the top three factors that determine how they feel about the relationship with their provider, so recent billing scandals involving AT&T and Verizon might take their toll. ...More
November 3, 2014 By Claire Cleveland and Craig GalbraithPosted in News
Under the settlement, Verizon Wireless has agreed to distribute $36.7 million for the benefit of consumers, class counsel and the named plaintiffs who represented subscribers impacted by the company’s alleged unlawful behavior. ...More
Atlanta-based Cox, the cable operator offering services in 22 states, is accused of infringing on eight AT&T patents that all “relate to systems and methods for improving the quality and reducing the cost of telecommunications network services." ...More
The plaintiff Teresa Silvestri has accused the directors of the satellite TV company of breaching their fiduciary duties by failing to ensure shareholders obtain the maximum purchase price for the company. ...More
In a new lawsuit, Sprint is seeking a refund worth millions and a declaration that the defendants cease and desist assessing the charges on commercial mobile radio service (CMRS) calls that begin and end in the same “Major Trading Area." ...More
In this edition of the Partner Marketing Toolbox News Desk, more evidence that businesses are getting confident about their prospects; plus, another staggering forecast for the public cloud. Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith explains.