News of Note—Cricket’s unlimited discount, Verizon may end Go90, HTC’s Chang quits and more

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The head of Verizon’s Oath business said Go90 may go away. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we’re following today:

> CommScope said it will enter the fixed wireless access market with a new antenna product. Release

> AT&T’s Cricket and U.S. Cellular both separately announced new unlimited data deals for prepaid users. Cricket Release | Prepaid Phone News article

> The head of Verizon’s Oath business said Go90 may go away. CNET article

> Apple’s Tim Cook admitted that the mobile payments market hasn’t grown as fast as he thought it would. Mobile World Live article

> Magic Leap’s augmented reality headsets will cost $1,000. Engadget article

> The president of HTC’s smartphones, Chialin Chang, has quit the company. Engadget article

> SpaceX is moving forward with its plans to launch satellites that will provide internet services. Engadget article

> Amazon said it will start issuing refunds as part of its decision to discontinue selling lockscreen ads on its Prime Exclusive phones. Phandroid article

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