ALSO NOTED: iPhone buyers opt for more expensive model; NextWave launches Latin American unit; and much more...

> iPhone buyers overwhelmingly chose the higher-priced $599 8GB version of the iPhone instead of the $499 4GB version and bought a plethora of accessories in the days following the iPhone launch, Goldman Sachs analysts reported. Article

> A European Union court rules that the French government acted legally when it changed the conditions of 3G licenses granted to SFR and Orange. Article

> Australian wireless broadband provider Allegro claims to be first to market with business-grade WiMAX. Article (telecoms.com sub. req.)

> The UMTS Forum is urging Latin America to support the international need for additional radio spectrum from today's UHF television broadcast bands to provide capacity and coverage for future mobile broadband services. Article

> NextWave announced the launch of its Latin American unit headquartered in the Brazilian city of São Paulo. Release

> Following Boingo's lead, Trustive launched flat-rate pricing across its European network. Article | Release

And Finally... Gartner's advice to the enterprise: Stay away from the iPhone. Article

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