Why AT&T LTE slows down in the Windy City; Verizon killing unlimited, pushing users to data-share plans

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> Why AT&T LTE slows down in the Windy City. Article

> Huawei and Yota start up Moscow LTE network. Article

> Sprint touts customer satisfaction as Austin loses service. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent, Cassidian launch LTE system for public safety. Article

> Verizon killing unlimited, pushing users to data-share plans. Article

And finally... 60 percent of South Korean drivers watch mobile TV while on the road. Article

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