News of Note—AT&T adds Minneapolis, Chicago to 5G plans; Nokia to supply equipment for Rakuten’s new mobile network in Japan

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> AT&T announced Minneapolis and Chicago will gain millimeter wave-based 5G service in the coming months. Release

> Nokia announced a deal to supply equipment and software services for a new mobile network to be built by Rakuten in Japan. Release

> FCC says the clearing and repacking of 600 MHz spectrum for use by wireless auction winners is ahead of schedule. RCR Wireless News article

> Altaeros says it launched the world’s first commercially available aerial cell tower. Release

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