ALSO NOTED: Sprint Nextel faces class action lawsuit over data card charges; AT&T to sell 3G iPhone next year; and much more...

> Sprint Nextel faces a class action lawsuit that accuses the carrier of charging data card users certain taxes and fees that only apply to mobile phones. Article

> AT&T said it will introduce a 3G version of the iPhone next year. Article

> ExpressNets, an Oregon WiFi service provider, has turned Portland's free muni-WiFi network into a business by establishing a retail store that sells mobile USB units, antennas and other services. Article

> Dell'Oro says Cisco led the enterprise wireless LAN market to a record level in the third quarter. Article

And Finally... A woman in Russia gave birth by the light of cellphones after a power failure in the hospital. Article

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