Comcast docs appear to point to net neutrality response; Sling TV discounts Amazon Fire TV

More cable news from across the Web:

> Additional documents from Comcast appear to point to how the MSO deals with questions about net neutrality. BGR article

> Snapchat said it now counts 6 billion daily video views. Advanced Television article

> TiVo said it now counts 4 million customers internationally. Release

> NeuLion said it will offer "transitional services" for the NHL's digital operators. Multichannel News article

> Sling TV is offering a $50 discount on the Amazon Fire TV for customers who pay for three months of its service. Seeking Alpha article

Telecom News

> Telus is not afraid of the impending threat of cable competitors rolling out DOCSIS 3.1 networks and is ready to respond through its ongoing fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) rollout in its wireline territory. Article

Wireless Tech News

> iPass introduced its new SmartConnect service, and also added Time Warner Cable as partner. Article

> Intel announced that it is collaborating with América Móvil in Latin America, working in an advisory role to help the operator transform and upgrade its network, or to "cloudify" it, so to speak. Articles

> A draft bill circulating in the Senate would aim to expand the nation's wireless capacity, including freeing up more underused radio spectrum that is assigned to federal agencies. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone, Telecom Italia and Etisalat have committed to opening six Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) open laboratories as part of their involvement in a new industry forum focused on promoting the development of the technology. Article

Wireless News

> Sprint disclosed it will incur as much as $225 million in costs related to the shutdown of Clearwire's legacy WiMAX network. Article

> Ericsson and Cisco's announcement of a partnership to resell each other's products and services and collaborate on network design will accelerate U.S. carriers' shift to software-defined networking (SDN) and IP communications more broadly, according to top Ericsson and Cisco executives. Article

And finally… Twitter plans to add more diversity to its board. Article