Top wireless stories of the week

Check out this week's most-viewed stories across Fierce's wireless publications:

1. T-Mobile pushes its own plan for 600 MHz mobile broadband
2. Sprint internal correspondence promises faster LTE site rollout
3. AT&T: Two market trials show small cells are a 100% solution

1. Why the Hackulous, Installous shutdown won't end iOS app piracy
2. APPS Act implications: What developers should know about user privacy, consent
3. Developers need to pay attention to wearable devices, big data and AI-integrated tools

1. Hackers release Evasi0n jailbreak for Apple's iOS 6, downloads crash server
2. T-Mobile USA scraps Windows Phone 7.8 update for Lumia 710
3. BlackBerry Bridge update for BB10 suspends BBM, SMS access

1. Analyst: Softbank expects to boost Sprint's margins, capital spending in 2013
2. Report: Nokia Siemens parents could use Alcatel-Lucent to exit JV
3. Sprint offers $400 credit to switch families over

1. Will LTE be threatened by new satellite broadband offers?
2. Deutsche Telekom indefinitely delays Joyn launch date, admits to technical issues
3. Report: French government offers to buy Alcatel-Lucent's patents


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