Verizon's network gets Bullitt's Cat S50c; AT&T hiring 300 in Missouri and Kansas

More wireless news from across the Web:

> App Annie raised $63 million in another round of venture funding. TechCrunch article

> Bullitt said its rugged $399.99 Cat S50c Android smartphone has been certified for Verizon's LTE network is now available online for purchase. PhoneScoop article

> AT&T said it is hiring 300 new employees, mainly technicians, across Missouri and Kansas. Release

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> CenturyLink executives acknowledged the company can do a better job marketing its 1 Gbps services. Editor's Corner

> WOW! Business has inked a new channel partnership agreement with telecom master agent X4 Solutions, furthering the reach of its products in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast U.S. Article

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> In fact, a top AT&T executive said that he believes that sub-$5 cellular modules are coming soon thanks to the proliferation of these versions of LTE. Article

> Two members of the FCC -- Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Michael O'Rielly -- made the case this week that the 5.9 GHz spectrum has enough room for both super-fast Wi-Fi and smarter vehicular technology. Article

Cable News

> More than half of pay-TV subscribers surveyed -- 56 percent -- said they'd ditch ESPN in order to save $8 every month on their multichannel bill. Article

> KlowdTV, a millennial-targeted, low-cost streamer of small channel bundles, has announced the addition of a cloud DVR to its service. Article

And finally… The Wireless Broadband Alliance today launched World Wi-Fi Day. Release

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