Warid plans WiMAX network in Uganda

Wednesday 25 April 2007 | 14:12 CET | News
Warid Telecom plans to roll out a WiMAX network for fixed and mobile services in Uganda, after recently securing an operator licence there. Sister company Wateen Telecom will provide technical and business support for the project. The Ugandan licence covers both WiMAX and GSM services, Wateen CTO Shohidul Islam Miah told ITP.net. The company is currently looking at supplier proposals. The project is expected to start within two months, and a service launch is planned for Q4. Wateen is currently finishing a project with Motorola to roll out a WiMAX network in Pakistan, which will serve as a

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Warid Telecom / Wateen Telecom
Countries: Uganda
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thanks to warid 4 ur services @ camp
turyagyenda joseph @ 23/6/2013 - 12:24

thanks to warid for the services rendered we would welcome any plan you bring since they are all for our good and for the good of all the service user but we begg that durring promotion people be given lessions on how to use the telecom THANKS
Bonita Nyakato @ 23/10/2011 - 09:18

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