Here's some of the other stuff that happened in the wide world of wireless for the week of July 18, 2011:
  • Remember the Samsung i927 with AT&T logos we saw spy shots of a few days back? These photos came with others' speculation -- and our skepticism -- that this would be the Galaxy S II Rethought Possible. Our hesitation to call this one a surety was spot-on, however, as we've now been told this phone model is not the mystical Samsung Attain after all. Could the i777, just seen wandering through the FCC testing facilities, be it instead? [via BGR]
  • Google's updated its Maps for Android app to include My Places, photo uploading, and a few other goodies. [via Google]
  • Foursquare posted an update to its BlackBerry application; within it, the app now offers support for BBM integration. [via PhoneArena]
  • T-Mobile's rumored Value plans took effect this week, offering a lower price point for anyone who either owns a T-Mobile device already or brings an unlocked GSM handset to start the plan. [via T-Mobile]
  • Sprint unveiled new "Business Freedom Plans" -- business pooled voice and data options that don't come attached with any commitments. [via Sprint]

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