Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Analysts see Sprint suffering in 1Q thanks to aggressive 4G marketing
2. White spaces: It's ‘WiFi on steroids,' but where's the market?
3. It's time to get rid of broadband, bring on the NBA

1. Survey: Developers rate AT&T best U.S. carrier partner
2. Ten billion downloads and counting: The history of Apple's App Store, and its all-time top apps
3. RIM enables in-app purchases via new BlackBerry Payment Service

1. Apple adding mobile wallet services to iPhone and iPad
2. Google 'not happy' with Android Market app sales
3. Facebook touts HTML5 investment as focus turns to mobile

1. Verizon: We'll give you credit for your AT&T iPhone
2. T-Mobile's turnaround strategy has potential--and problems, too
3. Verizon nets 65,000 LTE subs, details iPhone data pricing

1. Mobile payments: 'Non,' say French consumers
2. O2 UK: LTE is 'years' away, but free WiFi network is in the works
3. O2 UK doubles network capex, investing £2m a day

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