ICYMI: #MWC17 Day One highlights

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The FierceWireless team is in Barcelona this week covering Mobile World Congress, the world's largest wireless event. Here are highlights from day one at the conference.  

 

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Article: AT&T knocks $10 off unlimited service, adds $60 unlimited option with 3 Mbps speeds

 

Article: SoftBank CEO’s 30-year vision covers ARM, OneWeb, AI—but not Sprint

Article: Following deal with China Mobile, AT&T boasts of scale, flexibility of LTE M network for IoT

Article: Nokia CEO announces 5G FIRST, underscores commitment to Verizon in 5G 

Video: Executive Interview—Huawei’s Mohamed Madkour on 5G network equipment, U.S. sales opportunities and more
 

 

Article: With growing sales of Verizon’s Moto Z, Lenovo’s Motorola hints at more U.S. carrier partners 

Article: AT&T’s Donovan: With 5G, ‘this time it’s going to be different’

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