Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Sprint says mobile hotspot plan always capped but usage wasn't tracked
2. More telcos may stop giving before it hurts
3. Maravedis: PMP may solve the small cells challenge in the near future

1. Inside operator developer programs: Can they help you build a better app
2. Frustrations grow over Ice Cream Sandwich's sluggish rollout
3. Developers need to cross-publish their apps

1. Nokia, Warner Bros. team for Lumia-exclusive 'Dark Knight Rises' app
2. Nokia's exclusive 'Dark Knight' app: a hero or a zero?
3. BlackBerry PlayBook OS update improves Android app compatibility

1. Microsoft's Windows Phone sees slight uptick in U.S. market share
2. Report: Carriers to replace buckets of minutes with unlimited calling
3. Report: Sprint's Virgin Mobile to launch prepaid iPhone

1. M2M gains traction as business model matures
2. Analyst: Free Mobile will struggle after launch success
3. Mobile payments success hinges on customer care

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