Facebook's Free Basics service faces setback in India; Nokia needs 4% more Alca-Lu shares

Wireless news from around the web

> India banned Facebook's Free Basics service after ruling that the zero-rated service infringed the principles of net neutrality. The Verge article

> Nokia needs to acquire a further 4 per cent of Alcatel-Lucent stock to trigger a squeeze out option on the remainder of the French-U.S. vendor's shares. Reuters report

> Proximus replaced its legacy SMS infrastructure with Openmind Networks' Traffic Control Platform. Openmind Networks announcement

> ARM beat analyst predictions by growing revenue 14 per cent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2015. Reuters report

And finally…Facebook's iPhone app proves to be a gobbler of battery life. Guardian article

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