Sprint: WiMax Coming Soon

January 2008
Red Herring;1/9/2008, p8
Trade Publication
The article unveils the plan of Sprint Nextel to launch commercial services for its next-generation WiMax high-speed wireless network at the end of April 2008. According to Barry West, chief technology officer of Sprint Nextel, the company will sell the service at reasonable rates with options including per day, week or month. The company hopes that WiMax will help it to stand out from its competitors.


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