Algerie Telecom partners with Anwar Net for WiMAX

Wednesday 24 December 2008 | 15:09 CET | News
Algerie Telecom has signed a partnership agreement with ISP Anwar Net to offer the MawajdAT WiMAX network in various Algerian cities. The service will be used for shared connection by multiple users and to connect Wi-Fi access points to the network. Algerie Telecom CEO Moussa Benhamadi said at a press conference that MawdjAT now has the biggest network in the country with over 30 base stations. He added that the service would cover 80 percent of Greater Algiers as well as the cities of Oran, Hassi Messaoud, Setif, Bordj Bou Arreridj, Constantine, Annaba, Blida and Bejaia. Mobile Algerie

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Algerie Telecom
Countries: Algeria
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