Nexcom underlines WiMAX ambitions

3 Nov 2005

Nexcom, one of five recent winners of a 3.5GHz point-to-multipoint (PT2MP) wireless licence in Bulgaria, has announced plans to roll out broadband WiMAX services across the country. Nexcom’s PT2MP concession will allow the long-distance operator to offer last mile connections to customers without relying on the infrastructure of incumbent telco BTC. The US-owned company says it intends to offer subscribers ‘low-cost, high quality voice and internet services’. Nexcom was Bulgaria’s first voice-over-internet-protocol (VoIP) telephony provider and operates an IP network covering at least 17 cities: including Sofia, Varna, Bourgas, Plovdiv, Stara Zagora, Rousse, Pleven, Blagoevgrad, Pazardjik, Albena, Yambol, Dobritch, Kardjali, Veliko Turnovo, Slantchev Briag, Sliven and Vratza.

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