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Consumer groups support ending cell phone surcharges

Two consumer groups back a new bill aimed at cutting fees charged to cell phone customers.

By Sep. 19, 2007

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Best Buy, Sprint offer free wireless plan for students

Students who buy a qualifying phone under Sprint's My Way plan get 12 months of free unlimited calling and texting and 1GB of data.

By Nov. 18, 2013

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AT&T adds 61-cent 'mobility' fee to wireless bills

The new "Mobility Administrative Fee" is boosting wireless bills by 61 cents a month -- a move that could reportedly raise a half-billion dollars a year for the carrier.

By May. 23, 2013

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Verizon rolling out Google Play payments via phone bill

The carrier will be offering the service in the coming weeks, as confirmed by Google Play in a tweet.

By Oct. 19, 2012

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Consumers to cell providers: Can you hear me now?

Less than 50 percent of mobile users are pleased with their coverage.

By Dec. 3, 2007

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T-Mobile users can tuck Google Play charges into phone bill

As Google looks for ways to squeeze more revenue out of the Android platform, the company continues to add to the ways people can pay for music, movies, and apps.

By May. 2, 2012

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Bringing broadband to the boonies, part 2: DSL's dark side

In most places with stoplights and supermarkets, DSL is viable and affordable. But in the second installment of his hunt for broadband, Crave writer Eric Mack discovers that in rural New Mexico, miles of new lines go unused.

By Mar. 27, 2012

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With GoBank, you can carry all your money in a pocket

Built by Green Dot, GoBank is designed to give people many of the features of a traditional bank, including account security, right from their iPhone or Android device.

By Jan. 15, 2013

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Sprint to offer a money back guarantee

Sprint will offer a satisfaction money back guarantee.

By Mar. 31, 2010

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NASA enlists HP in multibillion-dollar tech contract

Up to $5.6 billion in hardware may be provided for U.S. federal government agencies over the next seven years.

By May. 23, 2007