FreedomPop to offer free data via iPhone case; Russian mystery company may test LTE

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> FreedomPop plans free 4G data via WiMAX-enabled iPhone case. Article

> FCC moves forward on 700 MHz interoperability and MSS spectrum rules. Article

> Customers are grumbling about the price of in-flight Wi-Fi. Article

> Taiwan Plans 4G Licenses by July 2014. Article

> Safaricom may exit LTE venture over 2.6 GHz requirement. Article

> Mystery company Antares may test LTE in Moscow. Article

And finally... Texting woman plunges into lake. Article

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