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Verizon Promises Protections For Tracfone’s Low-Income Users In Upcoming Merger

On Thursday, August 12, Verizon announced a range of new public commitments to protect low-income consumers in connection with its proposed acquisition of Tracfone....
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US Senators Want To Ensure Verizon TracFone Deal Does Not Raise...

Five Democratic US senators on Wednesday urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to ensure Verizon's proposed $6.9 billion acquisition of pre-paid mobile phones provider...
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Verizon To Make Google’s Messages As Default App

Verizon will make Google's Messages the default messaging app on all Android devices it sells starting next year, the US wireless carrier announced on...
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Verizon Selling Yahoo & AOL To Apollo For $5B

Verizon announced on Monday, May 3, that it is selling off its media business, which includes Yahoo and AOL, to private equity firm Apollo...
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Verizon Explores Sale Of Parts Of Yahoo & AOL

Verizon is exploring a sale of assets including Yahoo and AOL, as the telecommunications giant looks to exit an expensive and unsuccessful bet on...
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BuzzFeed Acquires HuffPost From Verizon

BuzzFeed has agreed to acquire Verizon Media’s HuffPost in a stock deal, the companies stated, uniting two of the larger players in digital media...
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Verizon To Buy Tracfone For $6.25B

Verizon Communications said Monday it will buy wireless services provider Tracfone, a unit of Mexican telecom America Movil, in a $6.25 billion cash and...
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Samsung Seals $6.6B Deal With Verizon To Build 5G US...

Samsung has pressed its 5G advantage over sanctions-hit Huawei by sealing a $6.64 billion deal with American telecommunications giant Verizon to set up 5G...
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Walmart, Verizon in Talks to Test 5G

Walmart and Verizon Communications are in discussions to outfit the retailer’s stores with antennas and other equipment to create 5G wireless service, a high-profile...
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US: DOJ ends wireless carriers’ probe with no charges

The US ended an antitrust probe, without filing charges, into whether wireless carriers steered technical standards to make it harder for customers to switch...
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