Verizon Latest Carrier To Return To Unlimited Cell PlansVerizon is the latest mobile carrier to bring back unlimited plans, but its version is pricier than offerings from rivals T-Mobile and Sprint.
Yahoo! To Change Name If Verizon Deal Gets DoneYahoo! will adopt a new corporate identity and slash the size of its board if the proposed $4.8 billion sale of its digital services to Verizon goes through. The company's new name would be Altaba.
Verizon Says Yahoo! Data Breach Had "Material" ImpactVerizon's top lawyer said that the company now has reason to believe that the recently disclosed Yahoo! data breach has a "material" impact on Verizon's pending $4.8 billion acquisition deal.
Verizon: Call Records Of 'Fewer Than 500' Customers BreachedA Verizon Wireless spokeswoman says it appears that "fewer than 500 customers" had their private information accessed in 2014 in a federal computer breach case involving a former technician.
Comcast Plans To Launch Wireless Service Next YearComcast plans to launch a cellphone service roughly in the middle of next year, although it would be limited to areas of the country where it's a cable provider.
Breaking Up The Bundle? Dish Relegates ESPN To An Add-OnDish Network is offering a new bundle of about 50 cable channels that doesn't include ESPN and some other sports channels, giving people who don't care about sports a way to save money.
Verizon Buys Yahoo For $4.83B, Marking End Of An EraVerizon is buying Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.
Verizon Workers Go On Strike Amid Contract DisputeTens of thousands of Verizon landline and cable workers have walked off the job after working without a contract since August.
Frustrated Frontier Customers Complain After Service SwitchCustomers are still reporting problems after the switch from Verizon Fios to Frontier.
Outages Reported As Verizon Services Move To FrontierFrontier Communications on Friday completed a deal with Verizon to take over the company's wireline operations across Texas, Florida and California. And a lot of people woke up angry on Friday when their services were not working.
Verizon To Pay $1.35 Million In 'Supercookie' SettlementVerizon will pay a $1.35 million fine over its 'supercookie' that the government said followed phone customers on the internet without their permission. Verizon will also have to get an explicit 'yes' from customers for some kinds of tracking.
Are Unlimited Data Phone Plans Coming Back?AT&T is once again experimenting with offering unlimited data plans to smartphone customers while promoting its DIRECTV service, signaling a potential reversal of industry trends toward data caps and charges.