HTC will launch low-cost Desire 530 this month in the US; LG taps Horizon Media as agency of record

More wireless news from across the web:

> HTC announced today that it will begin offering its low-end Desire 530 smartphone in the U.S. later this month. Phone Scoop article

> LG Electronics USA has named Horizon Media as its media agency of record, a $415 million assignment. MediaPost article

> The VoLTE market is projected to generate $34.8 billion by 2022, according to a new report by Allied Market Research. Cellular News article

Telecom News

> Cox Communications has acquired a major stake in Unite Private Networks, a move that will bolster its metro and regional fiber portfolio. Article

Wireless Tech News

> With the FCC set to vote on new rules for higher band spectrum on July 14, AT&T is pushing for multiple licensees in the 28 GHz band. Article

Cable News

> Charter Communications, coming off its recent acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, asserted to its acquired customers they won't experience severe transitional issues. A similar acquisition of Frontier Communications by Verizon Wireless lost up to 40,000 customers due to a problematic switchover. Article

And finally… With a new reseller agreement with Great Northwest Woods Wireless, Sprint announced plans to extend its service footprint into northern New England. RCR Wireless News article

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