DBD files application for Germany-wide WiMAX licence

Wednesday 29 November 2006 | 16:18 CET | News
German WiMAX operator DBD (Deutsche Breitband Dienste) has filed an application for a Germany-wide WiMAX licence with the German telecommunications regulator BNA. DBD could finance the licence with funds that it acquired during the past three years from German and international partners like Intel Capital, Merril Lynch and M.M. Warburg. Currently, DBD has deployed regional WiMAX networks in 30 regions around Germany, including Berlin, Dresden, Leipzig and Wuppertal.

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