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In-Stat reports that WiMax operators will need to bundle voice into their service offerings: That’s because the biggest potential markets for WiMax are in regions that don’t just lack broadband Internet access but also plain old telephone services.
In-Stat also includes an interesting figure in its study. It estimates that a WiMax network covering 98 percent of U.S. homes would cost about $3 billion, including equipment, towers, and other ancillary costs. I would think that a network with that extensive reach would cost quite a bit more than that, but itís not clear if In-Stat includes labor in its figure.
Posted by nancyg at January 27, 2005 12:05 PM
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