ALSO NOTED: Hong Kong to issue wireless broadband licenses; Verizon, Sprint sign MMS deal; and much more...

> Hong Kong will issue licenses next year to allow both fixed and mobile phone carriers to offer wireless broadband services. Article

> Verizon Wireless and Sprint have signed an inter-carrier MMS agreement. Article

> Sprint creates a wireless consulting service. Article

> Miami Beach to go muni-wireless. Article

> British Virgin Islands expands broadband wireless network. Release

> Israel's Baran to build Eastern European wireless sites. Article

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