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> T-Mobile USA announced a buy-one-get-one Black Friday promotion. Article

> AT&T Mobility said testing by GWS showed that 98.59 percent of voice calls connected over the AT&T network nationwide are completed without interruption. Release

> Verizon Wireless provided details on its Droid 2 Global phone. Article

> Visa detailed its response to Isis. Article

> Nokia announced two low-end phones. Article

Mobile Content News

> Digital marketplace eBay released a new version of its iPhone application. Article

> More than 100 million subscribers worldwide have downloaded Facebook's mobile application from cross-platform app storefront GetJar. Article

> Mobile shopping "warriors" will account for $127 billion in consumer spending during the 2010 holiday season. Article

> Does mobile video live and die with Hulu? Commentary

> News Corp. unveiled additional details on its planned The Daily newspaper for the iPad. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Poland's mobile broadband operator Aero2 may be the first to deploy a commercial LTE network using Time Division Duplex spectrum. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia continues to be the whipping boy for numerous commentators--albeit having made itself an easy target. Commentary

> A leading distributor of handsets claimed that mobile phone stock shortages will become a global issue as the market moves into 2011. Article

> Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao admitted that smaller operators in Europe might offer price cuts to win market share. Article

> The CFO of Iliad is confident that a 3G roaming agreement will be signed prior to the launch date of 2012 with one of the companies French operator rivals. Article

> SFR launched a new home gateway. Article

And finally... Steve Jobs the action figure. Article

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