T-Mobile reportedly will discount iPhone 5s, 5c; Nokia outs Lumia 525

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@FierceWireless: iPhone 5s production in numbers: 500K phones a day, 600 workers per iPhone | 9to5Mac - Article[email protected]

> T-Mobile US will reportedly offer the iPhone 5s and 5c for no money down during Black Friday. Article

> The Mobile Giving Forum announced it delayed its upcoming event until March due to the recent announcement that the nation's top wireless carriers will quit supporting premium SMS services except for charities and other philanthropic efforts. Post

> AT&T detailed a wide range of discounts it will offer during the holiday shopping season. Release

> Wireless packet core revenues grew 17 percent year over year, according to new findings from Dell'Oro Group. Release

> Google is now selling Glass to developers. Article

> Google is testing a technology that tracks mobile users everywhere they go--even when not using a Google app. Article

> Delphi is now selling Delphi Connect to U.S. Cellular customers. Release

> Nokia released the new Lumia 525, an upgraded version of the previous Lumia 520. Article

> Newkia appointed an ex-BlackBerry executive as its first CEO. Article

> The Wall Street Journal gave Republic Wireless' service a glowing review. Article

Telecom News

> AT&T is giving more businesses in the St. Louis area the opportunity to access higher speed services such as Ethernet by extending their fiber network to over 200 multi-tenant buildings. Article

> TDS Telecom is putting broadband into more rural customers' hands by completing part of its ARRA-funded broadband Internet project in Paonia, Colo. Article

And finally… Check out how T-Mobile and AT&T Mobility are battling over one customer on Twitter. So far it's advantage T-Mobile. Article

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