Another MVNO Bites The Dust: Qwest Discontinues Wireless Service

<img src="https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/qwest.jpg" width="157" height="190" />Over and out for the MVNO model? <a href="http://qwest.com/">Qwest</a> has this morning <a href="http

Qwest begins offering Verizon Wireless services

Qwest and Verizon made it official: as of now, Qwest will be reselling Verizon Wireless phones and service to its residential and business customers. Qwest announced plans earlier this year to dump Sp

Senate approves new spying bill

Thank your Senators, a new wiretapping bill passed yesterday, 69 to 28. The new bill not only protects phone companies from having to admit or apologize about allowing the government to listen in on c

Qwest dumps Sprint in favor of Verizon for cell service

For the three of you that get your cell phone service through Qwest, it seems that the sun is slowly setting on its relationship with Sprint. Qwest has found a new beau in Verizon Wireless and startin

Qwest to see how many suckers live in Minneapolis

Looking to put a nail in its own coffin, Qwest is now offering 20Mbps DSL service in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area for $119.99 per month ($109.99 per month for the first year) in order to compet

Qwest Now Offering EV-DO Service

Qwest users can now get some decent wireless Internet on the go. Using Sprint’s EV-DO Revision A network, Qwest is offering users over-priced wireless mobile broadband plans. For $69.99, you can

Cingular, Qwest: No More Free Calls For You

a free conference calling service based in Iowa which essentially follows the same free-calling-because-of-loopholes model used by so many other companies. The service was quite popular and undercut t