Nokia signs $1.5B framework deal with China Mobile; Facebook's Q1 CPMs up 71% from last year

More wireless news from across the web:

> Nokia signed a one-year framework deal with China Mobile, its biggest customer in China, for $1.5 billion. Reuters report

> Chinese equipment vendor Huawei became the latest company to earn a standards-essential patent license from Japan's NTT DoCoMo. Telecomasia article

> Domino's mobile app to introduce "zero click" ordering in coming months. CNBC article

> Verizon Wireless began distributing a security update for its versions of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge this morning. Phone Scoop article

> Facebook's first-quarter CPMs were up 71 percent compared to the same period last year. SocialTimes report

Telecom News

> Frontier has named Jacqueline R. Kinney as vice president of state government affairs for California, signaling a tightening of its hold in the state following a troubling integration of Verizon's wireline assets. Article

European Wireless News

> Telkom Kenya will continue to market services under the Orange brand for at least another 18 months, even though the France-based Orange group sold its stake. Article

> CK Hutchison and VimpelCom offered to divest sufficient network assets and spectrum to create a new mobile operator on the Italian market. Article

Cable News

> Walmart has launched a promotion called "Cut the cable," plugging in digital antennas, smart TVs and over-the-top devices to help its customers ditch pay TV. Article

And finally… Citigroup sues AT&T over use of the term "thanks." Thanks Obama. Article


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