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Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month: Hispanics lead the way in wireless

The Hispanic community has made tremendous contributions to those and virtually every other sector of American society, and we are celebrating those profound impacts during National Hispanic Heritage Month.

 


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Legislative Update: Congress Recognizes Importance of Internet Tax Fairness

Congress recently enacted a continuing resolution, which – among a handful of other provisions – will extend the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) through December 11, 2014. We commend Congress for recognizing the importance of ITFA by temporarily extending the moratorium. However, this continuing resolution is only a short-term fix.

 


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This is MY Wireless: Tina Tamale

Meet Tina Tamale. She has an amazing story, and wireless is a big part of it.

 


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House Votes to Keep Internet Access Tax Free, Senate Next

Great news out of the U.S. House of Representatives today! They voted to pass the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act (H.R. 3086), which is strongly supported bipartisan legislation that would protect consumers from having to pay taxes on Internet access by making a temporary moratorium permanent.

 


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African-Americans Satisfied with Wireless Service, Rely on it for Work, School and Family

We like to take the pulse of consumer groups across the country to learn what they think about wireless communication, what kind of impact it’s having on their lives, and how they feel about issues such as taxes and fees. We do that through our national consumer survey, which we just conducted, and by asking the same questions of specific demographic groups, as we just did with African-American wireless phone users.

 


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