Sprint's 50% off promotion targeted by BBB; AT&T exec highlights sluggish BlackBerry Priv sales

More wireless news from across the web:

> An AT&T executive said the carrier is seeing sluggish sales and high rates of return for the BlackBerry Priv. Cnet article

> The Better Business Bureau's National Advertising Division has recommended that Sprint discontinue its 50 percent off promotion, following a T-Mobile complaint that the ad doesn't account for mandatory activation fees. RCR article

> Lenovo is expected to announce the Moto Z Style and the Moto Z Play at an event this week. PhoneArena article

> Apple now sits in third on the Fortune 500 list. iMore article

> Deutsche Bank has canceled plans to offer a digital banking service in the United States, according to a new report. Reuters article

> Samsung announced the Galaxy S7 Active, a rugged version of its flagship Android smartphone. PhoneScoop article

> Walmart inked a mobile delivery agreement with Lyft and Uber. Mobile Commerce Daily article

Telecom News

> AT&T may be one of the largest Ethernet providers, but the reality is that it can't reach into every business location that its customers may have. Article

> Vonage has completed its $230 million acquisition of Nexmo, advancing its position in the Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) segment of the cloud communications market that it has been building to better target small to medium businesses (SMBs). Article

Wireless Tech News

> AT&T says it is now working with Nokia to expand its 5G lab trial work. Besides its work in Austin, Texas, AT&T has started system and software architecture lab work in Atlanta; Middletown, New Jersey; and San Ramon, California. Article

> The U.S. lost its match against Colombia during the kick-off game of the Copa America Centenario tournament on Friday, but Sprint is hoping to score some 5G points with what it considers the first real 5G demo at a large public U.S. event. Article

European Wireless News

> Huawei and Vodacom South Africa said they hit peak download speeds of over 1 Gbps by aggregating LTE in both licensed and unlicensed bands, claiming a first for the African market. Article

Cable News

> After Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable both endured middling scores on the American Customer Satisfaction Index's 2016 ranking of pay-TV companies, the ACSI Research Director Forrest Morgeson said not to expect improvement anytime soon now that the two companies are merged. Article

> After beginning its DOCSIS 3.1 rollout in Atlanta in March, Comcast has begun the second leg of the deployment, with DOCSIS 3.1-powered 1 gig service trials kicking off in Nashville, Tenn. Article

And finally… Isis is worried about fake Android apps. Article