“It’s a small group – 1/100 of a percent of our 59 million customers – but some of them are using as much as 2 terabytes (2,000GB!) of data in a month.”
The Google OnHub goes on sale Monday to the general public, but the $199.99 price point may be too steep for some.
The nation’s largest wireless carrier stopped offering two-year contracts to new customers earlier this month and has been boasting of “simple” 4-tier data plans in its TV commercials in recent days.
The difference between a base model 16 GB iPhone 6 and a top-of-the-line 128 GB iPhone 6 costs Apple about $53, but it costs consumers $200.
It may seem like a crazy notion: Drones delivering mail-order packages to the homes of consumers. But Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos takes the concept very seriously. To the point of…
The demand for cash in Greece may be fueling interest among Europeans in alternative currencies, such as bitcoin.
The FCC said its decision “affirmed consumers’ rights to control the calls they receive,” while also clarifying that it was fully legal for telephone companies to offer robocall-blocking technology to customers.
Only a quarter of the top 100 retailers have signed up to support Apple Pay, and almost two-thirds said they definitely won’t be supporting it in 2015.
The new Charter giant would control nearly a third of the U.S. broadband market and that’s huge because tradition cable TV “bundled” subscriptions, which customers complain cost too much for scores of channels not worth watching, are on the decline.
Debit-card thefts at ATMs located on bank properties surged 174 percent from Jan. 1 to April 9, compared with the same period last year. Meanwhile, attacks against nonbank machines soared by 317 percent.