In a complete distortion of free-market economics, the phone companies that secure contracts with prisons are often the ones that charge more than their competitors.
The cell phone has become the instrument of choice for tracking your every move.
If we had actual competition for mobile phone services in America, AT&T’s decision to charge you more for less would never fly.
We’re letting top executives of giant corporations expropriate public “property” for private gain.
While the likes of Comcast and Time Warner Cable have every right to profit from their investments and services, they shouldn’t abuse their dominant market share to remake our Internet in their image.
Your friendly cable company is here to serve you.
The telecommunications giant twisted the truth when it said it wanted to set the record straight in the Record-Journal
Verizon wants to ink cartel-like deals with a cabal of cable companies — its former competitors — to resell each other’s products.
Companies that merge don’t maintain the joint workforce.
If AT&T is allowed to acquire T-Mobile, just two wireless giants will control nearly 80 percent of the nation’s cellphone market.
Gauging the precise dangers these gadgets pose to our health could take years, so let’s take precautions now.