The wireless companies T-Mobile and Sprint promised regulators essentially that nirvana awaited society if they could only win approval of their $31-billion merger deal.
Some of the promises have been
Before Frontier Communications took over Verizon’s California landlines last year, the company insisted that it knew how to make money from aging phone networks that bigger telecom companies didn’t know
Christine Mailloux joined TURN’s staff in August 2001. She currently manages TURN’s San Diego office and helps develop and implement TURN’s telecommunications policy strategies for the CPUC, FCC, and state
A broad coalition of consumer groups today demanded rejection of a proposal that would drastically cut back on telephone consumer protections previously approved by the California Public Utilities Commission.
Raising Rates for Essential Needs During COVID is Wrong
With lower-income Californians bearing the brunt of the pandemic economically, utilities are still rapidly raising rates for essential heat and light despite the COVID crisis. Constantly raising rates is wrong.