Cincinnati Bell Charging $40 for Mobile and Home Internet
Today Cincinnati Bell announced new pricing that bundles together its wireless and wireline broadband services. For $40 per month, smartphone users will have unlimited Internet access, mobile email and text messaging on their smartphone and 5Mbps ZoomTown high-speed Internet access at home. The promotion is called "Why Pay for Two?" and can help Cincinnati Bell wireless and broadband customers reduce monthly access charges for Internet use.
Google's Fiber Phone Bridges Home and Mobile Service
Google today announced the Fiber Phone, a home-phone service for its Google Fiber internet customers. The service includes unlimited nationwide calling, caller ID, voicemail, privacy controls, spam filtering, and do-not-disturb tools.
Cricket Fishing for Prepaid Customers with $100 Lure
Cricket Wireless is hoping a $100 bill credit will convince customers of Cincinnati Bell, MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Sprint, and T-Mobile to hop on over to Cricket. New customers must switch from the aforementioned carriers, purchase a new device, and activate a new line of service on a qualifying rate plan in order to receive the credit.
AT&T Debuts Wireless/DirecTV Bundles
AT&T today rolled out combined wireless and television packages that rely on its recent acquisition of DirecTV. The basic package includes four wireless lines with unlimited talk and text with 10 GB of shared data and HD television service with up to four receivers (DirecTV or U-verse) for a combined price of $200 per month.
White House Asks FCC to Classify Internet as a Utility
President Barack Obama today sided with the concept of net neutrality and laid out a plan to keep the internet open. "We cannot allow internet service providers to restrict the best access or to pick winners and losers in the online marketplace for services and ideas.
Why is Cincinatti bell even discussed
haha. this is stupid!
how much do i pay when i go over 5meg at home? that takes me like 1 min to use 5meg! WTF!