Union: Up To 40K Walking Off The Job At AT&T This WeekendThe Communications Workers of America union says that up to 40,000 AT&T workers have started walking off the job over contract fights with the phone company.
Officials: Dispatchers Used Cellphones During 911 OutageOfficials in Connecticut say emergency dispatchers used their personal cellphones to return 911 calls after the statewide emergency telecommunications system went down.
Frontier to CT Customers: Call Us With ProblemsFrontier Communications acknowledges some of its 1.3 million customers in Connecticut may still be having problems.
AT&T Move To Frontier Not SeamlessThe seamless transition promised by Frontier Communications Corp. as it moved its U-verse, Internet and broadband customers from AT&T has failed to materialize.
AT&T Closes $2-billion Sale Of Connecticut OperationsAT&T Inc. said Friday that it has completed its $2 billion sale of its Connecticut wireline business, fiber network, video and satellite business to Frontier Communications Corp.
State To Share In AT&T Settlement
Frontier Communications To Increase Service in CT
AT&T Sells Connecticut Wire Ops To Stamford Company
Arrests In String Of HoldupsAuthorities say they've made several arrests in a multi-jurisdictional investigation of a series of Radio Shack robberies around the state
After "Difficult" Talks, AT&T, Union OK New PactThe Communications Workers of America and AT&T have reached a tentative four-year contract agreement that boosts pay by nearly 11 percent for 3,200 land line phone workers in Connecticut.
Legislative Committee Approves Changes In Phone RegulationsThe legislature is considering changes that would relax regulations to reflect major shifts from landline phones to cellphones.
AT&T Cutting Connecticut Jobs