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Altitude Telecom, the owner of a 3.5 GHz national license in France, has plans to introduce voice services this June: Altitude’s network uses gear from Alvarion that is aimed at earning WiMax certification. The voice services will be marketed to enterprise customers in three markets and a consumer service will follow.
Operators are increasingly talking about or introducing voice services over broadband wireless. It’s an indication that VoIP has matured and that the operators will need to offer a bundle in order to be competitive with the fixed line incumbents.
Posted by nancyg at April 7, 2005 4:03 PM
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