Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. T-Mobile makes aggressive move with mobile broadband pricing plans
2. AT&T overhauls smartphone data plans, brings iPhone tethering to market
3. Skype's VoIP over 3G app available on iPhone

1. Windows Phone 7's future looks bright--until the numbers are crunched
2. A guide to Android: Diversification amid swift growth
3. Nvidia CEO champions Android as best OS for tablets

1. Sirius XM Radio app expands to Android
2. In Photos: Nielsen's the state of mobile apps
3. Facebook, Google Maps lead app usage across platforms

1. AT&T kills unlimited data pricing, supports iPhone tethering
2. Verizon casts doubt on iPhone for the 'immediate future'
3. ABI: Verizon will become data traffic leader in 2011

1. Nokia joins with German car makers to set app standard
2. Telefonica O2 plans commercial NFC services
3. Mobile data traffic expected to rise 40-fold over next 5 years

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