Russian wireless broadband operator Synterra has completed construction of its WiMAX network in the city of Kursk. Prime Tass reports that the new network incorporates three base stations which is sufficient to cover around 80% of the city territory. Initial capacity is for 1,500 customers. Synterra already has a WiMAX network in Moscow; the Kursk system is its first in a regional capital. It holds licences in the 2.5GHz-2.7GHz band in Moscow, the Moscow region and 16 other regions.