China's ZTE seeks gold in LTE deals from its home market; Actix study shows mobile users initiate less than 30 percent of data sessions

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> China's ZTE seeks gold in LTE deals from its home market. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks issues $1.03 billion in bonds. Article

> Philippines' Smart Communications using Huawei for TD-LTE tests. Article

> AT&T boosts San Francisco LTE with DAS. Article

> Actix study shows mobile users initiate less than 30 percent of data sessions. Release

And finally… More people worldwide have access to cellphones than toilets. Article

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