Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Verizon: No plans to allow VoLTE calls to roam on CDMA network
2. Dell'Oro: Ericsson takes commanding lead in mobile infrastructure market
3. China Mobile claims to reach consensus with Apple on TD-LTE iPhone

1. Apple to Lodsys: In-app purchase patent license covers iOS developers, too
2. Microsoft to halt Windows Mobile 6.x support on July 15
3. MeeGo 1.2 release targets tablets and netbooks

1. Verizon launches Chomp cross-store Android app search solution
2. Chase, BoA and Wells Fargo team for digital payments venture
3. Rumor Mill: Google, Sprint to unveil mobile payment system Thursday

1. AT&T names first five LTE markets for summer launch
2. Cox backpedals on 3G network, will remain Sprint MVNO
3. T-Mobile unveils new tiered data plans for smartphones, details throttling speeds

1. France Telecom Orange wrestles Apple over e-SIMs, App Store
2. Google moves to calm mobile operators, hints at network investment
3. Nokia to use ST-Ericsson chips in Windows Phone devices

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