H2O Wireless to increase data on monthly plans; Ericsson confirms reports of corruption probes by U.S. authorities

More wireless news from across the web:

> H2O Wireless is adding additional data to its monthly plans. Prepaid Phone News article

> Cybersecurity expert: FBI should unlock smartphones themselves. Popsci article

> Two Verizon customers are appealing a privacy lawsuit in New York. MediaPost article

Mobile Developer News

> Mobile app-install ads – ad units that direct users to download a mobile app – may drive U.S. mobile ad revenue growth over the next few years. Article

> Mobile developer Nick Lee appears to have cracked the code for bringing Android to the Apple iPhone. Article

Telecom News

> Frontier Communications has named Craig Collins as the senior VP of commercial sales and operations for its West Region, the latest in a string of appointments to strengthen the management of its newly acquired properties from Verizon in California, Florida and Texas. Article

European Wireless News

> Ericsson confirms reports that it is the subject of anti-corruption investigations by U.S. authorities. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network has dropped the NFL Network and NFL RedZone after failing to come to terms on a carriage renewal agreement. NFL Network, which is not offered in Dish's basic tier, went dark for about 7 million of the satellite TV operator's 14 million homes Thursday. Article

And finally… The Broadway show She Loves Me will be livestreamed to smartphones on June 30. Article

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