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US Wireless Online, a wireless ISP, is launching a voice service: The offering is initially available in Columbus, Ohio, and will later become available in the rest of US Wireless Online’s 11-state territory. Voice has increasingly been a central topic in the WiMax market. Voice can be a really critical offering for wireless operators because it means that they can serve as a one stop shop for businesses which can order all their voice and data services from a single source. That edge may be growing increasingly important as it becomes clear that the initial WiMax equipment won’t be as low-cost as initially hoped. That means the operators won’t be able to so severely undercut their wireline competitors so perhaps services like voice will offer them an extra tool for attracting customers.
Posted by nancyg at March 22, 2005 3:02 PM
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