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Hopefully some more details on this will emerge soon, but O2 has partnered with an ISP to jointly offer broadband wireless services in Germany: James Enck picked this up from a reader and it doesn’t look like it has yet to be more widely reported on. This is big news for WiMax because it marks a significant European mobile operator’s commercial entrance in the WiMax (or soon-to-be WiMax) space. O2 already has an offering in Germany where 3G customers pay a discounted rate in their homes for broadband wireless access, in an apparent jab at the fixed-line broadband players. O2 conducted a broadband wireless trial using Alvarion equipment in Ireland last year.
Posted by nancyg at June 27, 2005 2:12 PM
Categories: launch plans
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