Google Fiber heads for Salt Lake City; AT&T seeks $100 from California taxpayers to replace aging DSL

More cable news from across the Web:

> Consumer electronics maker Vizio says the recently announced 4K certification program announced by the UHD Alliance has some "serious problems." Multichannel News story

> TCL has announced the availability of its Roku-Powered 4K TVs. CED Magazine story

> Verizon is bundling its skinny Custom TV programming package along with 100 Mbps and phone service for $69.99 for the first year. Verizon promo

> Yahoo says it will scale back its flashy "NewFront" ad-selling event this year. Variety story

Telecom News

> Google Fiber confirmed plans to light its 1 Gbps FTTH service by the end of 2016 during the opening of a new store in the city's Trolley Square area, laying a greater challenge to incumbent telco CenturyLink. Article

> Verizon has been for overcharging New York POTS voice customers $1,000 to $1,500 each, claims the New Networks Institute. Article

Wireless News

> Sprint once again revived its 30-day money-back guarantee in an effort to convince users that its network is competitive with its bigger competitors. Article

And finally…  AT&T is seeking under an assembly bill to get California tax payers to give it $100 million to help replace aging DSL infrastructure. DSL Reports story

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