WiMAX Providers

United States And International
WiMAX Wireless Internet Service Providers

WiMAX providers:

Since 2004 when IEEE released the 802.16d wireless standard which supported Fixed home and office WiMAX subscriber units, providers have been encouraging consumers with WiMAX wireless solutions.

As WiMAX Technology started to catch on, IEEE added a whole new twist with the introduction of 802.16e Mobile WiMAX wireless in 2005, and was a pivotal moment in WiMAX history.

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After the pairing of these Fixed and Mobile Internet technologies WiMAX companies worked endlessly in search of the next WiMAX Application.

This overwhemingly popular technology quickly spread from Internet providers to cellular and even cable communications companies.

Over the next several years WiMAX wireless has evolved into a complex and progressive 4g WiMAX network.

That WiMAX providers have expanded to over 60 countries around the world in their strive for total WiMAX Interoperability.




Getting started:

WiMAX companies all over the globe have been producing advanced customer provided equipment known as WiMAX CPE for just about every application conceivable and depending on the country of origin, operate on unique frequencies in the WiMAX Spectrum.

We're going to list these WiMAX providers by region explaining what services they have to offer and the types of WiMAX wireless equipment, so you can get a global sense as to how WiMAX technology is extending its reach into the wireless world.


           

WiMAX Providers

North America: (United States)

WiMAX technology in the United States originated with 802.16d Fixed subscriber units being introduced to the general public by wireless Internet service providers also known as WISP's; such as Clear WiMAX solutions.

After 802.16e Mobile 4G WiMAX came into the picture WiMAX providers have been springing up all across the country primarily in the mobile phone markets as their Mobile base station tower arrays were already in place, and waiting to be outfitted with the WiMAX fast handling capabilities.

Mobile phone carriers such as Sprint WiMAX, ATT mobile Internet, T-Mobile Internet, and Verizon mobile broadband have all joined the race as WiMAX companies, producing some the most awe inspiring products ever released on the market.

Since WiMAX's impact on the mobile market with its superior customer provided equipment, WiMAX Fixed subscriber units have also experienced growth as Cable and DSL companies have shown interest in changing their policies by purchasing space on the WiMAX Spectrum.


WiMAX Provider* Service Type Technology Connection Speed Lowest Price
Clear WISP Fixed/Mobile 3G/4G WiMAX $35.00/Mo
Sprint Cellular Fixed/Mobile 3G/4G WiMAX $44.99/Mo
AT&T Cellular Mobile 3G/4G WiMAX $35-50/Mo
Verizon Cellular Mobile 3G/4G WiMAX $50.00/Mo
Comcast Cable Cable Co. Fixed/Mobile 3G/4G WiMAX $55.00/Mo
Time Warner Cable Cable Co. Mobile 4G WiMAX $39.99/Mo
* Chart does not reflect Internet Service Providers early months teaser rates. Prices listed may vary depending on your service area and services subscribed to. Listed speeds are based upon website advertisements offered at the time of update.

WiMAX companies operating within North America. (updated periodically)

Clear           Sprint/Nextel      AT&T          Verizon        Time Warner Cable

Comcast      BrightHouse        Bellsouth    Metricom      Towerstream

Webformix   Tranzeo              Alvarion


WiMAX Internet providers continue to propagate through North America with an expected 22 million subscribers by the end of 2012, providing excellent quality service and taking on new ventures as WiMAX technology expands to fill the needs of its customers.

International WiMAX Providers


Asia Pacific: (Philippines, Taiwan, India, Japan, Australia)

The Asia Pacific region has widely adopted the use of WiMAX technology primarily in the 2.3GHz, 3.3GHz, 3.5GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, and holds service to more than 60 million residence throughout the region, and has the largest expected growth over the next 5 years.

Asia's densely populated metropolitan areas utilize WiMAX Fixed outdoor subscriber units mounted on building tops which provide service for its occupants, while communications on the go appear equally important as Huawei WiMAX CPE mobile hotspots keep people in provinces connected to loved ones.

WiMAX Internet service providers in this region:

WiTribe   Globe WiMAX      Smart WiMAX          Global Mobile        Vee

Vmax      FarEasTone        Tatung Infocomm    UQ Comm.            BSNL

Adam      Agile Comm.      BigAir



Europe: (United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Sweden)

Europe has shown stable growth providing service to some 21 million plus subscribers in this area operating on the 3.5GHz and 5GHz frequencies as cable Internet services are less common throughout its eastern arena, and WiMAX companies have shown to be a more popular option here.

WiMAX Internet service providers in this region:

Attend 2  ConnectMK          Digital Teesdale    LiveWave        Urban

VFast       Irish Broadband   Clearwire             Telia Sonera    HDRR



Middle East: (Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Bahrain)

The Middle East and African Countries show moderate growth as WiMAX companies provide services to approximately 16 million customers throughout this region of the world operating on 3.5GHz and 5GHz frequencies.

WiMAX Internet service providers in this region:

Umniah Mobile    Wi-tribe      Kulacom     Zain Jordan        Mada Comm.

Mobily Mobily      Irancell       Mobinnet    Datak Telecom   Laser Telecom

Alpha                   MenaTelecom


WiMAX companies will continue emerge as its popularity increases throughout the world.

Projected estimates for the number of WiMAX operators worldwide should reach in the high 500's by end of 2012 providing service to over 133 million subscribers around the globe.



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