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An operator is planning to launch broadband wireless in London: Libera is already serving customers in Bristol using gear from Aperto. The London service launch is expected for June or July. It’s definitely a business service, offering 2.5 Mbps throughput for £295 per month. The company has grand ambitions of being the U.K.’s first nationwide WiMax service provider. The Bristol service uses the license-exempt 5.8 GHz frequency and I suspect the operator will use the same elsewhere.
Posted by nancyg at May 27, 2005 2:18 PM
Categories: launch plans
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