ALSO NOTED: Exoteq Aps makes OFDM/OFDMA licensing deal with Qualcomm; U.K.'s Urban Wimax announces partnership with Nortel;and

> Exoteq Aps, a mobile broadband solutions developer in Denmark, agreed to license OFDM/OFDMA from Qualcomm. Release

> U.K. WiMAX provider, Urban Wimax, announced a partnership with Nortel to build and test a user-ready mobile WiMAX service ahead of the U.K.'s spectrum auction in early 2008. Article (telecoms.com sub. req.)

> Boingo Wireless is running a promotion for iPhone owners, giving them free WiFi in 13 North American airports during the month of August. Release

> Telecom Italia said its 3G subscribers surpassed 5 million at the end of June. Article

> Singapore's Starhub says that it will launch full HSPA service this weekend. Article

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