Far easier to remember than a full phone number
It's the largest proposed fine in FCC history
Customers with their own modems can expect to continue paying "rental" fees for them through December 20
The first devices to support 6 Ghz Wi-FI are expected later this year
It's official: FCC passed mandate to get call authentication in place by all providers
Wi-Fi calling has increased 100 percent
The largest amount of spectrum offered in an auction in US history
AT&T, Verizon, and more pledge not to penalize customers for missed payments during the COVID-19 outbreak
As part of the FCC's 'Keep Americans Connected Pledge'
It is no longer asking
Be careful about buying the UMX U686CL
The Chinese firm has called the action "unlawful"
Commission to set aside extra funds to help rural carriers in 'transitioning to more trusted vendors'
Several states are still suing to block the deal
One step closer to reshaping the wireless landscape in the US
FCC Chair Ajit Pai still considers the ruling a 'victory'
Protecting the integrity of the emergency alert system
Ajit Pai says he is moving forward with the plan
Most of the cash will be doled out over 10 years
The FCC can bring 'enforcement action' against bad actors
Industry giants are fighting for a key piece of the spectrum
Only slight modifications, not next-gen
Measure would also disallow caller ID spoofing on text messages