ALSO NOTED: NTT DoCoMo to buy two operators in Guam; Wavecom purchases M2M assets from Sony Ericsson; and much more...

> NTT DoCoMo plans to purchase two telecommunications firms in Guam for a combined $71.8 million to offer wireless network services to Japanese tourists visiting the island. Article

> Wavecom bought the machine-to-machine (M2M) wireless operations of Sony Ericsson Mobile communications for $39 million in cash. Article

> Standard & Poor's has affirmed it's 'BBB+' corporate credit rating and other ratings on Motorola. Article

> SBA Communications agreed to buy rival tower company AAT Communications in a cash and stock deal valued at $1 billion. Article 

And Finally... The AARP is weighing in on the net neutrality debate, fearing the Internet won't be free and open for the 50-plus set. Article

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