Apple Pay struggles outside U.S.; T-Mobile to carry $100 Coolpad device

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Apple Pay is struggling outside the U.S. Reuters article

> U.K's Three will block ads during a 24-hour trial. Quartz report

> T-Mobile announced plans to carry the $100 Coolpad Catalyst. Digital Trends story

> Mary Meeker predicted voice will be key to search. Inc. article

> Chik-fil-A introduced a mobile and ordering rewards program. Eater.com report

Telecom News

> Frontier said it has no plans to implement usage-based broadband billing. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Intel's CEO said the company is already leading in 5G. Article

Cable News

> Cable's fixed broadband market isn't threatened by 5G, according to Strategy Analytics. Article

And finally… Walmart said it's six to nine months away from using drones to check warehouse inventories. Article

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