Spark says it now has 100,000 customers on its fixed wireless broadband service, launched in April 2016 and delivered using its cellular network.
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Now that the major players are launching their 4G networks, it might be time for businesses to look at what improvements they can get from their mobile broadband providers. We take a look at what's on offer.
The Government's 2.3GHz and 2.5GHz spectrum auction was concluded on Tuesday.
Telecom and Craig Wireless, a Canadian investment company, will pay $916,000 and $1.1 million each for 40MHz blocks, reports the Dominion Post. In total, telecommunications companies will pay the Government $4.4 million for radio spectrum.
Vodafone, Woosh Wireless and the state-owned enterprise Kordia each won 35MHz blocks in the auction and CallPlus won 30MHz.
The spectrum will be used to deliver wireless broadband using WiMax technology.
Voice-over-may be hot right now, but it has a mixed reputation for quality. With this in mind, Toybox was interested to see how the latest modem and VoIP phone connection Woosh sent would work. It worked surprisingly well.
Both Xtra and ICONZ have launched wireless broadband services using BCL's Extend network, however the installation cost of nearly $1500 could be a barrier to entry.