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Verizon purchases spectrum worth $210 million from Cincinnati Bell

Verizon Wireless has signed a spectrum deal worth $210 million with regional carrier Cincinnati Bell, which is shutting down its wireless services by the end of the year. As per this deal, Verizon will get access to Cincinnati Bell’s territories in Southwestern Ohio as well as parts of Indiana and Kentucky. The CEO of Cincinnati

Cincinnati Bell Throttles Wireless Mobile Data When Roaming

If you’re on the Cincinnati Bell network and you use your mobile data while roaming you might get a little surprise. This was discovered by a member of the broadbandreports forum as he went on vacation and used his mobile data. He was able to make a Skype call, upload a couple of photos and

Cincinnati Bell Gets HTC Sensation 4G

Regional carrier Cincinnati Bell that  provides wireless service in Miami Florida (just kidding they operate in Cincinnati Ohio) has announced today the addition of the HTC Sensation 4G to their HSPA+ network. Cincinnati Bell added HSPA+ 4G service to their network in July.  However the Sensation 4G does have roaming capabilities for 3G and 4G

Cincinnati Bell Gets Samsung Nexus S For $149.99

Just last weekend we reported that regional carrier Cincinnati Bell received the HTC Panache. The Panache was in fact the non-carrier branded version of the MyTouch 4G we can also find on T-Mobile. This week we’re glad to report that Android developers in Cincinnati and surrounding areas can pick up the Samsung Nexus S for

Cincinnati Bell Gets Their First 4G Capable Device

Cincinnati Bell has just announced there first 4G device that is capable of HSPA+, the Huawei Ascend X. The Huawei Ascend X is an Android device that is running on 2.2. It will come with a 1GHz SnapDragon processor, 2GB ROM, and 512MB RAM. The display is 4.1 inches and the device also features a 5mp camera