Facebook's latest antitrust struggle, Verizon giving away Disney Plus
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47 attorneys general are now part of the investigation into Facebook on anti trust matters.
Announced last month, a focus will be on Facebook's dominance and potential anti competitive conduct stemming from it's current position.
And it's not just these states that are investigating the company.
In June, the house antitrust subcommittee said it was investigating Facebook, Google and other Tech companies over similar matters.
Verizon customers with the carrier's unlimited plan, will receive twelve months of Disney plus for free starting on November twelve.
After the promotion the cost will jumped up to $6.99 a month to qualify customers must enroll in unlimited plan before due first in next year.
And finally, Google Fi is saying the customers will start seeing better coverage via it's dual connect technology.
Google Fi uses local Wi-Fi networks to catch call, send text and browse the internet.
It will now be able to connect to two LTE networks at once and switch between the better networks.
The tech should be available on pixel 4 phones bought through the Google Store or directly from Google fine.
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