T-Mobile offers unlimited data to families for $150; India overtakes U.S. as world's second-biggest smartphone market

More wireless news from across the Web:

> According to a new report, the upcoming iPhone 7 will feature a similar design to the iPhone 6 but without a protruding camera. MacRumors article

> Standard & Poor's cut Sprint's credit rating. Bloomberg article

> T-Mobile US is offering unlimited data to families for $150 per month. PhoneScoop article

> Salesforce.com is introducing new products gears toward mobile users. Eweek article

> HTC continues to struggle financially. TechCrunch article

> Lenovo has returned to profitability in its mobile business following its purchase of Motorola from Google. Engadget article

> India has now overtaken the United States to become the world's second-largest smartphone market. Quartz article

> Accessory company Zagg purchased battery phone case maker Mophie for $100 million. Engadget article

> Microsoft has acquired keyboard maker SwiftKey for $250 million. TechCrunch article

> Amazon will reportedly open hundreds of stores inside malls. WSJ article

Telecom News

> BT is on track with its G.fast trials, serving its own customers and eight of its competitive carrier provider customers via its Openreach division. But the service provider is still weighing how it can make an investment case for a broader deployment. Article

Online Video News

> Sports network ESPN will have a presence on Chinese online video provider Tencent's platform following a deal between the two companies. Under the agreement, ESPN will create and distribute locally-focused live sports content in China across Tencent's digital platforms. Article

Installer News

> Nokia is selling its new Pop-Up Network as a service that can deliver up to four times the uplink capacity while reducing cost of ownership by 80 percent. Article

> Nearly three quarters after closing on its $49 billion purchase of DirecTV, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said the company is still ramping up its installation workforce for the satellite TV operator. Article

European Wireless News

> Telekom Austria said no customer data was compromised by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on its mobile and fixed broadband infrastructure that took place over the weekend. Article

Cable News

> Culminating a big rebound year for cable video services, Comcast added 89,000 pay-TV customers in the fourth quarter, its best quarterly performance in the category in nine years. Article

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