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Verizon cell tower seeing interference from fluorescent lighting

As if the FCC didn’t have their hands full already, they’re now going to referee a spat between Verizon and a Los Angeles building management firm. It has to do with lighting, which Verizon says interferes with their nearby tower. The FCC is now stepping in to find an amicable solution to the matter.

EE and Three UK team up to offer LTE to more customers

EE and Three have combined to bring LTE service to more of Europe. In a £1 billion deal, the two carriers will access each others’ network across Europe. This is an important move for a burgeoning LTE network in Europe, and should provide better coverage in a quicker timeframe.

Verizon preps New York Subways in time for Super Bowl

Just before the Super Bowl, Verizon has increased their service in the greater New York area. More to the point, they are bringing service to 35 subway stations in the city, all on the west side of Manhattan. It’s good for those in town for the Super Bowl, and even better for New Yorkers who will be sticking around after.

Verizon announces earnings and subscriber numbers for Q4 2013

Verizon announced their earnings for Q4 2013 earlier today, and things are as expected. In the face of an Uncarrier onslaught, Verizon kept it’s growth trajectory alive and kicking, adding 1.7 million customers last quarter. That means about 103 million of us now use Verizon, making them the largest domestic carrier by a noticeable margin.

LG G Flex available for pre-order from AT&T later this month

AT&T has announced the LG G Flex is coming soon. For those interested in the curved smartphone, it will be available for pre-order on January 24th. We have the option of ordering in-store or online, and the pricing is as expected at $299.99 with a two year agreement. Gladly, this fulfills an LG promise that we'd see the device stateside in Q1 2014.
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