T-Mobile could take over Sprint call centers; AT&T promises free month for GoPhone users

More wireless news from across the Web:

> T-Mobile may take over some shuttered Sprint call centers. RCR article

> Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen apologized for comments that appeared to support the colonization of India. WSJ article

> AT&T said its new "Hello Lab" is a new, year­long project with Fullscreen's Strategic Content Group featuring "10 digital creators at the forefront of mobile entertainment" that will produce "content series, live experiences, albums, giveaways, podcasts and more." Release

> Microsoft said fully 74 Android device makers are pre-installing Microsoft apps into their devices. NDTV article

> Microsoft cut "dozens" of additional jobs from its Nokia phone business. The Register article

> Radwin said an unnamed, tier-one U.S. carrier will use the company's technology to deploy non-line-of-sight (NLOS) backhaul for its small cell network. Release

> Starting on Monday, AT&T will give users their second month of service free, up to $60, if they sign up for its GoPhone prepaid service. Post

> Microsoft acquired music app maker Groove. MWL article

> Vevo introduced new Android and Apple TV apps. Engadget article

Telecom News

> As CenturyLink continues to expand the availability of higher speed copper and 1 Gbps GPON service, it is considering whether implementing metered usage plans could boost its broadband revenue base. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Qualcomm announced its new Snapdragon 625, 435, and 425 processors and its new X9 LTE modem. Article

> While the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA) is facilitating the development of a coexistence test regimen to make sure LTE-U devices play fair with Wi-Fi, a group of companies -- including Google and Microsoft -- wants to make it crystal clear that much more collaboration and technical work needs to be done before it reaches a final stage. Article

Cable News

> Finding itself seriously challenged in the Atlanta market virtually overnight, Comcast has gone on the marketing offensive against Google Fiber, imploring consumers, in a promotional flyer, not to "fall for the hype." Article

And finally… The iPhone distortion field. Article