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> According to a new survey, 73 percent of T-Mobile customers said they would subscribe again to T-Mobile's service, whereas only 62 percent of AT&T customers said they would stick with AT&T. Release

> Backhaul provider FiberTower reported year-over-year revenue growth of 23 percent. Release

> Aviat Networks said it is seeking a buyer for its WiMAX business. Release

> Cincinnati Bell said its total wireless subscribers decreased to 504,000 at the end of the first quarter of 2011. Release

> Dell released a version of its Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 gadget for AT&T Mobility. Article

> Sony Ericsson unveiled a new line of Xperia mini Android phones. Post

> BlackBerry maker Research In Motion hired a new marketing chief. Article (sub. req.)

> Verizon Wireless' software for the HTC ThunderBolt reportedly has been delayed. Article

> Users are reporting troubles with Sprint Nextel's implementation of Google Voice. Article

> The CEOs of AT&T and T-Mobile USA are set to testify before Congress on their proposed merger. Article

> Comcast said it will sell the Xfinity-branded, WiMAX-capable Novatel MiFi. Release

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> Isis, the joint venture established by Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile USA  continues to clarify its future outlook in the wake of reports indicating the company planned to scale back its aspirations.  Article

> Electronic Arts reported mobile revenues of $70 million in its most recent quarter. Article

> Visa said it will unveil a "significant" mobile commerce strategy this month. Article

> Location-targeted mobile advertising channel JiWire raised $20 million in Series C funding. Article

> Microsoft reopened its Windows Phone Marketplace Thursday evening after technical problems left some consumers unable to download and update mobile applications. Article

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