Sprint's Boost gives 10 GB to 2 lines for $65; Apple invests in Chinese Uber competitor

More wireless news from across the web:

> Apple is providing free devices at 114 schools nationwide to increase its reach in the education market. WSJ article

> T-Mobile is reviving its free tablet promotion this weekend. TMoNews article

> Sprint's Boost Mobile is now offering two lines of service, each with 10 GB of high-speed data, for $65 per month with auto-payments. Release

> Vodafone said it will deploy NB-IoT network technology in "multiple markets" next year. Mobile World Live article

> Apple invested $1 billion into Didi in China, a company that provides taxi-style services like Uber. Engadget article

> Nokia and the Saudi Telecom Company said they conducted a test of MulteFire technology. Release

> Sharp announced new management and a new CEO as Foxconn works to complete its acquisition of the company. WSJ article

> Google is widely expected to announce a standalone virtual reality headset for Android at its upcoming developer's conference. Engadget article

> AT&T added the LG Phoenix 2 to its GoPhone lineup of prepaid phones. PhoneScoop article

> ExteNet Systems purchased Telecommunication Properties for an undisclosed amount. Inside Towers article

Telecom News

> Frontier Communications has put together an action plan to remedy service issues in Florida that appeared following its acquisition and cutover of Verizon's wireline properties in the state. Article

European Wireless News

> Ofcom set out plans to increase Wi-Fi speeds across the UK by releasing more spectrum in the 5 GHz band. Article

Cable News

> The California Public Utilities Commission voted in favor of Charter Communications' takeover of Time Warner Cable today, clearing the final regulatory hurdle of a three-way merger deal also involving Bright House Networks. Article

> Charter Communications will pay $640,000 and has agreed to a three-year compliance plan for preventing customers from using their modems for a period of several years. Article

And finally… The Islamic State launched a mobile app for children. Article

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