Apple to open stores in India; Verizon said it won't include Go90 in FreeBee service

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Apple is expanding its work in the Indian market by opening retail stores in the country. WSJ article

> Verizon said that, for now, it will not include Go90 in its FreeBee sponsored data service. Fortune article

> New York City's new public Wi-Fi network supports Passpoint technology. WSJ article

> Sprint is expected to end 2015 with its first full-year of subscriber gains. Bloomberg article

Telecom News

> Adtran reported that fourth-quarter company sales were $139 million, down year-over-year from $143 million in the fourth quarter of 2014. Article

Online Video News

> While Netflix's revenues in the fourth quarter of 2015 came in slightly under analyst estimates at $1.82 billion, the SVOD provider's subscribership jumped by 5.59 million during the period, bringing its total worldwide subscriber base to 74.76 million. Article

> Boxing legend Oscar de la Hoya is teaming up with linear streaming service FilmOn to offer two free, ad-supported boxing channels, The Golden Boy Channel and Ring Channel. Article

Installer News

> As AT&T and CenturyLink move forward with their ambitious 1 Gbps FTTH service plans, Dycom should gain revenue benefits, says Wells Fargo. Article

> Sprint is reportedly about to embark on a radical overhaul of its cellular network that will include moving its antennas off of towers owned by companies like Crown Castle and American Tower and instead using government-owned land and towers with cheaper rent. Article

European Wireless News

> Gartner predicted that worldwide spending on devices including PCs, 'ultra mobiles', tablets and mobile phones will decline for the first time in 2016, although overall shipments are expected to increase slightly by 1.9 percent to reach 2.4 billion units. Article

> BT appointed a new chief of technology who brings with him experience of integrating networks from his time in the cable industry -- experience that will prove useful as BT integrates its network with that of EE, the UK telco said. Article

Cable News

> Ericsson's broadband and media services division has purchased metadata company FYI Television for an undisclosed sum. Article

> Comcast and DirecTV have joined Major League Baseball in settling a class-action suit filed by fans fed up with the way regional sports networks (RSNs) limit viewing access to their favorite teams. Article

And finally… T-Pain offered a look at Apple's new GarageBand. Article

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