Most Americans take their home phone service for granted. Especially when nowadays, just 5% of Americans rely exclusively on “plain old telephone service”. The rest use a variety of communications devices, a growing number of which are broadband-enabled. However, ‘they’ don’t represent the entire segment of US household. We also have families struggling to pay
Monthly Archives: February 2015
One of the major Lifeline Service providers indicated its plan to discontinue support to the federal Lifeline phone program, which provides subsidized phone service to low-income Americans. The carrier was supposedly having just a couple of hundreds of Lifeline subscribers. Have we grown out of our need for the Lifeline program? Is it no longer
Bringing Lifeline into the broadband world is the new project for Federal Communication Commission (FCC). We are impressed! Internet adoption is at an all-time high, and the hype is not going to die down in near future. Some habits are hard to leave. However, that same is not applicable to the entire population. Families with
Valentine’s Day is known as the most romantic day of the year. It is the time when couples all around the globe celebrate this wonderful occasion. A lot of countries have their own tradition and ways to celebrate this occasion. Italy Initially, in Italy Valentine’s Day was celebrated as Spring Festival. People used to meet
World of communication is changing. It has become more than just phone calls. Texting has become an integral part of our lives and we are getting spoilt for choices. Phone calls or texting apps…we have got it all. A messaging app is a pretty straightforward concept: they replace phone texting by internet-based texting through app.