MetroPCS hunting for spectrum; Apple offers iPad refunds in Australia over 4G

Quick news from around the Web.

> MetroPCS counts 500,000 LTE customers, hunts for more spectrum. Article
> UK mobile operators in heated debate over spectrum refarming. Article
> Study: Small cell market to hit $2B by 2016, driven by capacity needs. Article
> NetAmerica Alliance brands 4G service 'Bonfire'. Article
> T-Mobile battles the subsidy beast (by raising prices). Article
> Brazil's Anatel to study the allocation of 700 MHz. Article
> Apple offers refunds for new iPad in Australia over 4G. Article
And finally... Man who shot woman in head thought her mohawk was a bird. Article

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