ALSO NOTED: Next-gen subscribers to top 90M by 2013; 3G network sharing set to take off; and much more...

> The number of subscribers to next generation wireless services worldwide, including both LTE and WiMAX, is expected to top 90 million by 2013, according to ABI Research. Article

> Infonetics Research says the WiMAX equipment market was up 46 percent in 2007 and forecasts the market to hit $7.7 billion in 2011. Article

> 3G network sharing is set to take off in developed markets and will have profound implications for mobile operators, vendors and regulators, according to a new report from Analysys. Article

And Finally... A British businessman has been socked with a $22,000 mobile data roaming fee after his wife used an "unlimited" data account to download several TV shows via a mobile phone. Article

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