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A list of WiMAX networks worldwide.

General information[edit]

  • IEEE 802.16 - So called fixed WiMAX because of static connection without handover.
  • IEEE 802.16e - So called mobile WiMAX because it allows handovers between base stations.
  • IEEE 802.16m - Advanced Air Interface with data rates of 100 Mbit/s mobile and 1 Gbit/s fixed.

Active networks[edit]

Africa[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(GHz)
Standard Launch date Notes
Algérie Télécom  Algeria ? EEE 802.16 February 2008 [1]
Icosnet  Algeria 3.5 IEEE 802.16 June 2008 [2]
SLC  Algeria 3.5 / 5.8 IEEE 802.16 April 2006 [2]
Net One  Angola 2.5
4.9
IEEE 802.16
IEEE 802.16e
March 2008
?
[3] Subsidiary of MSTelcom.
Startel  Angola 3.6 EEE 802.16 July 2007 [4][5] Joint venture between MundoStartel (MST) and Namibia Telecom.
MTN  Cameroon 3.5 EEE 802.16 December 2008 [6][7]
Orange  Cameroon 2.3 / 3.5 EEE 802.16 April 2008 [2]
YooMee  Cameroon 2.5 IEEE 802.16e May 2011 [8][9] Network is upgradable to LTE, if it should be necessary.
Millenium Telecom  Central African Republic ? IEEE 802.16e ? [10]
?  Democratic Republic of Congo 3.5 IEEE 802.16e June 2009 [11]
Ethio Telecom  Ethiopia 3.5 ? ? Operates in Addis Ababa.
Guineanet  Equatorial Guinea 0.7 ? ? [12] Migration to LTE via software-only upgrade possible.
Netpage  Gambia 2.3 IEEE 802.16e March 2012 [13][14][15] Seamless migration from WiMAX to LTE possible.
DiscoveryTel  Ghana ? IEEE 802.16e ? [16]
U2 Online  Ghana 2.3 ? ? [7]
MTN  Guinea ? ? ? [17]
E-Networks  Guyana ? ? December 2010 [18][19]
GTT  Guyana 3.5 ? ? [20]
AccessKenya  Kenya 3.3 IEEE 802.16e ? [2][21][22]
KDN  Kenya 3.3
3.5
IEEE 802.16e
IEEE 802.16
? [2]
One Communications  Kenya ? ? ? [23]
Orange  Kenya 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [24]
Safaricom  Kenya 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [25]
Tangerine  Kenya ? ? ?
UUNET  Kenya ? IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Wananchi  Kenya 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Vodacom  Lesotho 3.3 to 3.5 ? ? [26]
Cellcom  Liberia 2.4 / 3,5 ? ? [27]
WAT  Liberia 3.2 IEEE 802.16 ? [2][27] Awarded 15-year licence in 2010.
LTT  Libya 2.5 IEEE 802.16e January 2009 [24][28]
Burco  Malawi ? IEEE 802.16e ? [29]
TNM  Malawi ? ? May 2012 [30][31]
Dogon  Mali ? ? January 2013 [32]
Orange  Mali ? ? ? [33]
Chinguitel  Mauritania 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [34][35]
Emtel  Mauritius 3.5 ? December 2009 [36][37]
Comzatel  Mozambique 2.3 IEEE 802.16e December 2009 [38]
Foris  Mozambique 2.5 IEEE 802.16e May 2011 [2][39]
Teledata  Mozambique ? IEEE 802.16 2006 [40][41]
Telecom Namibia  Namibia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 March 2007 [2]
ipNX  Nigeria 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [24][42][43]
Mobitel  Nigeria 2.3 IEEE 802.16e November 2010 [44][45][46]
Monarch  Nigeria 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [47][48]
MTN  Nigeria 3.5 ? ? [7][49]
Multi-links  Nigeria 2.3 ? ? [44][50]
SWIFT  Nigeria 2.3 / 3.5 ? ? [51]
Augere  Rwanda ? ? September 2011 [52] Services offered under the brand name Qubee.
Comium Data  Rwanda ? ? ? [53] Awarded licence in 2009.
RwandaTel  Rwanda 2.5 IEEE 802.16e 2009 [2]
FGC Wireless  Sierra Leone ? IEEE 802.16e November 2007 [2][54]
Easttel  South Africa 3.5 ? January 2012 [55]
iBurst  South Africa 2.5 / 3.5 IEEE 802.16e October 2008 [56][57][58][59]
Neotel  South Africa 3.5 IEEE 802.16e July 2008 [2][56][60]
Vodacom  South Africa 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [24]
Sasatel  Tanzania ? ? January 2010 [61]
Startel  Tanzania ? ? ? [62][63] Services offered under the brand name raha.
Vodacom  Tanzania 3.5 IEEE 802.16 2008 [2]
Foris  Uganda 2.5 IEEE 802.16e May 2011 [2][39]
MTN  Uganda 3.5 IEEE 802.16 June 2007 [2]
Smile  Uganda ? ? November 2009 [64]
Tangerine  Uganda ? IEEE 802.16 ?
TMP Uganda  Uganda 2.3 ? ?
Uganda Telecom  Uganda 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2]
Warid  Uganda ? IEEE 802.16e December 2008 [2]
AfriConnect  Zambia 2.6 IEEE 802.16 March 2005 [2]
Aptics  Zimbabwe ? IEEE 802.16e March 2012 [65][66]
Broadlands  Zimbabwe 2.3 IEEE 802.16e ? [24][67]
Econet  Zimbabwe 2.5 IEEE 802.16e April 2010 [68][69]
Spiritage  Zimbabwe ? ? June 2011 [70]
uMax  Zimbabwe 2.5 IEEE 802.16e June 2012 [71][72]

Americas[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(GHz)
Standard Launch date Notes
Ertach  Argentina 3.5 IEEE 802.16
? IEEE 802.16e
? [73][74]
Zielo Internet  Argentina 2.4 ? ? Operates in the Metropolitan area of Viedma, Río Negro.
Digicel  Barbados 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [75]
TeleBarbados  Barbados 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2] Operator covers most of the island of Barbados in partnership with its subsidiary Freemotion.
North Rock  Bermuda 3.5 IEEE 802.16e 2006 [76]
COTAS  Bolivia 3.5 ? ? [77]
COTES  Bolivia 3.6 ? ? [78]
Entel  Bolivia 3.5 IEEE 802.16e November 2008 [79][80]
NuevaTel  Bolivia ? IEEE 802.16e May 2008 [81] Services offered under the brand name Viva.
Tigo  Bolivia 3.5 ? September 2007 [82][83]
ABC Communications  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
CCI Wireless  Canada 3.5 ? ? [84] Operates throughout several communities in rural Alberta which provides internet and VoIP services.
EvoShift Communications  Canada 3.65 IEEE 802.16e January 2011 [citation needed]
Hydro One  Canada ? ? ? [85] Data generated by smart meters is backhauled over the network to Hydro One’s operations centre.
Husky Energy  Canada 2.5 ? ? Covers 8000+ km2 between two provinces (Alberta & Saskatchewan) in the Lloydminster area.
I-NetLink  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Inukshuk Wireless  Canada 2.5 IEEE 802.16 April 2006 [2][86][87][88] 50:50 joint venture between Bell and Rogers. Bell offers their Portable and Rural Bell WiMAX Internet services in many cities in
Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec.
Rogers offered their Portable Internet (WiMAX like) service in over 150 communities across Canada until the end of March 2012.
Navigo Broadband  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16 December 2006 [2][89]
Netago Wireless  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16 2006 [90]
NetSet  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [91] Network is upgradeable to LTE.
Primus  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [92] Trialed in 2007.
Sogetel  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2] Operator covers Nicolet-Yamaska and Bécancour.
Xplornet  Canada 3.5 IEEE 802.16e March 2011 [93]
Digicel  Cayman Islands 2.3 IEEE 802.16e December 2005 [94][95]
Claro  Chile 3.5 IEEE 802.16
IEEE 802.16e
March 2007
October 2007
[96][97][98][99][100][101]
CTR  Chile 2.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Entel  Chile 3.5 IEEE 802.16 September 2006 [2][102]
VTR  Chile ? IEEE 802.16e ? [103]
EmCali  Colombia 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [104]
ETB  Colombia 3.5 ? ? [105]
Orbitel  Colombia 3.5 ? July 2006 [106][107]
IBW  Costa Rica 2.3 ? ? [108]
ICE Celular  Costa Rica 2.5
3.5
IEEE 802.16e
?
? [109][110]
IDNet  Costa Rica 3.3 ? ? [111]
RACSA  Costa Rica 3.5 IEEE 802.16 January 2008 [2][112]
Onemax  Dominican Republic 3.5 IEEE 802.16e October 2007 [113]
Tricom  Dominican Republic 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [114]
Wind Telecom  Dominican Republic 2.5 IEEE 802.16e September 2007 [2]
CNT  Ecuador 3.5 IEEE 802.16 July 2008 [2]
PuntoNet  Ecuador 5.85 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
TVCable  Ecuador 3.5 IEEE 802.16 2006 [2]
Claro  El Salvador ? ? ? [115]
Tigo  El Salvador 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Digicel  Jamaica 2.5 IEEE 802.16 2007 [116][117]
Axtel  Mexico 3.5 IEEE 802.16e October 2005 [2][118][119]
University of Guadalajara  Mexico ? ? ? Set up in collaboration with the Government of Jalisco, in the state of Jalisco, which will provide free Internet access for the community.
Ultranet2go  Mexico 2.5 IEEE 802.16e August 2006 [24][120]
Yota  Nicaragua 2.5 ? July 2010 [121][122]
Liberty Technologies  Panama 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2][123] Trialed in 2006.
Personal  Paraguay ? ? ? [124]
Tigo  Paraguay 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Emax  Peru 2.5 IEEE 802.16e February 2007 [2][125]
Olo  Peru 2.5 ? September 2012 [126][127]
QTEL Global  Peru ? ? ? [128]
AWS Wireless  Puerto Rico ? ? ? [129] Awarded license in 2006.
Neptuno  Puerto Rico ? ? ? [130]
CaribServe  St. Maarten 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [131]
?  United States ? ? ? [132] Services offered in in the Hogback Region of the Navajo Nation.
123Net  United States ? IEEE 802.16 ? [133] Services offered to primarily business customers in the Greater Detroit and Ann Arbor Areas of Michigan.
Altazip  United States 3.65 / 5.7 ? ? Services offered throughout a large area in Central Utah (Sevier, Wayne, Piute, Millard and Sanpete counties).
Antelecom  United States 3.65 ? ? Services offered in Southern California (North Los Angeles and Southern Kern counties).
AT&T Alaska  United States 2.3 ? August 2007 [134][135] Services offered in the Anchorage and Juneau areas. AT&T had multiple WiMAX trials in other areas in 2006.
AT&T owns additional 2.3 GHz spectrum in some Southern states.[citation needed]
Azulstar  United States 3.65 IEEE 802.16e September 2008 [2]
Carrier Services Group  United States 2.5 / 3.6 ? ? Holds licenses in several regions in Ohio Cleveland, Youngstown and Warren.
Commspeed  United States ? ? ? [136] WiMax as well as pre-WiMax and Line-of-sight services offered in Arizona.
Craig Wireless  United States 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [137] Services offered in Palm Springs, California.
Data Truck  United States ? ? ? [138] Services offered to business and residential customers in and around Watertown, South Dakota.
DigitalBridge  United States 2.5 IEEE 802.16e June 2007 [2][139]
FairPoint Communications  United States 3.65 IEEE 802.16 ? [140] Services offered in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.
Futura  United States ? ? ? [141]
Globalstar  United States ? ? ? [142]
Horizon Wi-Com  United States ? IEEE 802.16e ? [143][144]
Le-Ru Telephone Company  United States 3.65 ? ? [145]
MegaPath  United States ? IEEE 802.16 ? [146]
Mobilcomm  United States ? ? ? Services offered to residential and business class internet service to the greater Cincinnati, southwest Ohio and Indiana regions.
Mobilcomm is a premiere partner with Motorola. Their WiMAX service is called Heavenwire.
NetX  United States ? ? ? [147] Services offered to businesses in the Cleveland, Ohio area.
Nexogy  United States 0.9 / 2.4 / 5 ? ? [148] Services offered in the Dade County area. Their wireless network uses the 802.11 b/g/ac protocol.
The service offers up to 500Mbit/s at 15+ miles, featuring MIMO Airmax, GPS Sync, AC Links to provide the maximum QoS in the industry.
Full mesh backbone to provide full network redundancy.
Nex-Tech  United States 3.65 ? ? [149] Services offered in Kansas.
Nextera  United States 3.65 IEEE 802.16 ? [2][150]
NextPhase  United States 3.65 IEEE 802.16e ? [151][152][153]
Northern Michigan University  United States ? ? ? [154][155][156] Working with Intel, Lenovo, Motorola and Cisco, deployed a WiMAX network covering the City of Marquette, Michigan.
Most of the City of Marquette has access to the WiMAX network, as well as some points as far south as Chocolay Township and west as Marquette Township. Currently,[when?] students and faculty of NMU have access to the network; along with certain city personnel.
Pipeline  United States 3.5 ? 3.65 IEEE 802.16 ? [2][157][158]
Polytechnic Institute of NYU  United States ? ? ? Experimental network installed at their Brooklyn, New York campus.[citation needed]
Pulsestream Internet Services  United States 3.65 / 5.2 / 5.8 ? ? Holds license for 3.65 GHz in Texas for its backhauls and some PTMP.
They also run 5.2, 5.8 Wi-Fi networks in North Texas for Business VOIP and Broadband Services.[citation needed]
Rainbow Broadband  United States ? IEEE 802.16m ? Services offered New York City businesses with WiMAX-based internet at speeds exceeding 100 Mbit/s in Manhattan
and surrounding boroughs (subject to line-of-sight limitations).[citation needed]
River Canyon Wireless  United States ? ? ? Services offered up to 8 Mbit/s point to multipoint with (up to) 20 Mbit/s burst Motorola Canopy internet service in Moab & Green River, Utah.
Also has Redline based systems in Monticello, and Blanding, Utah, however, these systems do not support the 20 Mbit/s burst. Main service area is Moab, Utah.
Sioux Valley WiMAX  United States ? ? ? [159] Services offered in the Southeastern South Dakota communities of Brookings, Dell Rapids, Hartford, and Madison
Sling broadband  United States ? IEEE 802.16e ? [2] Services offered to businesses in 6 US cities, including Miami, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle.
Spectral Networks  United States ? ? ? Services offered in Northern Missouri and Southern Iowa.
SpeedConnect  United States 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [160] Services offered include WiMAX, Expedience, and Line-of-Sight in Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, South Dakota, Idaho, Montana, and Texas.
Sprint  United States 2.5 IEEE 802.16e January 2009 [2][161][162] (previously Clearwire), held 2.5 GHz licenses in several regions, and announced a nationwide network.
WiMAX deployments in 71 U.S. markets covering 110 million people were marketed under the brand CLEAR.
TDS Telecom  United States 3.65 IEEE 802.16e ? [163]
Towerstream  United States 3.65 / 5.8 IEEE 802.16e ? [164][165] Services offered to businesses in 9 US cities,
including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Providence, San Francisco and Seattle.
University of Colorado at Boulder  United States ? ? ? [166]
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth  United States ? ? ? Services offered to student community within two-mile radius beyond the campus.
In addition, the service has been expanded to the Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) and in a two-mile radius beyond MBL’s campus.[citation needed]
Xanadoo  United States 0.7 / 2.5 IEEE 802.16e 2009 [2] Services offered in in Texas, Oklahoma, and Illinois.
They also run Navini Networks-based pre-WiMAX networks & have holdings in the 2.5 GHz spectrum in multiple markets in the midwest.
Movilmax  Venezuela ? ? ? [167]
  • At the end of 2008, Sprint Nextel merged their WiMAX operations (under the Xohm brand), with additional investment from five other technology companies to create a "new" Clearwire.
    Comcast, Sprint, and Time Warner Cable acting as wholesale providers provided access to the same underlying WiMAX network.
    Sprint decided to shift to using LTE technology for their 4G services, and is shutting down its WiMAX network on 6 November 2015.[168]


Asia[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(GHz)
Standard Launch date Notes
Arianna Network Services  Afghanistan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2][169] Awarded license in 2012.
IO Global  Afghanistan ? ? ? [169] Awarded license in 2012.
Neda Telecom  Afghanistan ? ? ? [169] Awarded license in 2012.
Cornet  Armenia 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [24]
Comstar  Armenia 3.6 - 3.8 IEEE 802.16e October 2008 [170]
iCON  Armenia ? IEEE 802.16e March 2009 [171]
AzQTel  Azerbaijan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e September 2008 [172]
Delta Telecom  Azerbaijan 2.6 IEEE 802.16e January 2010 [2]
Access Telecom  Bangladesh 3.5 ? ? [173]
ADN Telecom  Bangladesh 3.5 ? ? [174]
Agni Systems  Bangladesh 3.5 IEEE 802.16e January 2007 [174][175]
Augere  Bangladesh 2.3 IEEE 802.16 October 2009 [2]
BanglaLion  Bangladesh 2.5 IEEE 802.16e November 2009 [176]
Go Broadband  Bangladesh 3.5 IEEE 802.16e April 2014 [174] Jointly provided by ADN Telecom, Agni Systems and GrameenPhone.
Ollo  Bangladesh 3.5 IEEE 802.16 January 2012 [177][178]
Chuan Wei  Cambodia ? IEEE 802.16e ? [2]
CityLink  Cambodia 2.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Emaxx  Cambodia 2.6 ? 2011 [179][180]
Smart  Cambodia ? ? ? [181] Trialed in 2011.
Airway  China ? ? ? [182]
CECT-Chinacomm  China 3.5 ? ? [183]
Guangdong Netcom  China 3.5 IEEE 802.16 2006 [2]
MoqiZone  China 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [184][185]
MagtiCom  Georgia 2.3 IEEE 802.16e February 2009 [2]
Vtel  Georgia 2.3 IEEE 802.16e December 2008 [186][7]
Warid  Georgia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 January 2008 [2]
Aircel  India 3.3 IEEE 802.16 October 2006 [2]
Airtel  India 3.3 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
MTNL  India 2.3 ? ? [187]
Tata DoCoMo  India 3.3 IEEE 802.16 June 2007 [2][188][189][190]
PT First Media  Indonesia 2.3 IEEE 802.16 July 2010 [2][191][192]
Reliance Communications  Indonesia 3.3 IEEE 802.16 June 2007 [2]
Telkom  Indonesia 3.3 IEEE 802.16 ? [193]
au  Japan ? ? ? [194]
UQ Communications  Japan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e February 2009 [195][196]
AERO  Kazakhstan ? IEEE 802.16e February 2009 [2][197][198]
ARNA  Kazakhstan ? ? ? [199]
Kcell  Kazakhstan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [24][200]
Asiaspace  Malaysia 2.3 IEEE 802.16e August 2008 [2][201][202]
Maxis  Malaysia ? ? ? [203] Trialed in 2006 and 2007.
P1  Malaysia 2.3 IEEE 802.16e August 2008 [204]
Redtone  Malaysia 2.3 IEEE 802.16e August 2008 [2][201]
Yes 4G  Malaysia 2.3 ? August 2008 [201][205]
Telemax  Mongolia 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2]
Ulusnet  Mongolia 3.5 IEEE 802.16
IEEE 802.16e
February 2007
March 2011
[206][207][208]
Myanmar Teleport  Myanmar ? IEEE 802.16 February 2008 [2]
RedLink Communications  Myanmar ? IEEE 802.16 October 2008 [2]
Nepal Telecom    Nepal 2.3 IEEE 802.16 November 2012 [209][210]
Augere  Pakistan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e July 2009 [24][211] Services offered under the brand name Qubee.
Mobilink  Pakistan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e November 2008 [2]
MyTel  Pakistan 3.5 ? ? [212]
Wateen Telecom  Pakistan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e December 2007 [213][214]
Wi-Tribe  Pakistan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e July 2009 [215]
Telikom PNG  Papua New Guinea 2.3 IEEE 802.16e June 2009 [2]
EasyCall  Philippines 3.4 IEEE 802.16e ? [216] Trialed in 2011.
Globe  Philippines 2.5 IEEE 802.16e February 2009 [217][218][219] Operator plans migration to LTE.
Prime Communications  Philippines 2.5 IEEE 802.16 March 2009 [2]
Smart  Philippines 2.3 IEEE 802.16 July 2010 [2]
Wi-Tribe  Philippines 2.5 IEEE 802.16e February 2010 [2]
KT  South Korea 2.3 IEEE 802.16e June 2006 [2]
SK Telecom  South Korea 2.3 IEEE 802.16e June 2006 [2]
Dialog Broadband Networks  Sri Lanka 3.5 IEEE 802.16 November 2007 [2][220]
Lanka Bell  Sri Lanka 3.5 IEEE 802.16 June 2008 [2][221]
Sri Lanka Telecom  Sri Lanka 2.5 IEEE 802.16e January 2011 [7][222]
FarEasTone  Taiwan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e January 2010 [223][224][225] Operates in the southern Region only.
FITEL  Taiwan 2.5 ? September 2010 [223][226] Operates in the northern Region only.
Global Mobile  Taiwan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e 2010 [2][223] Operates in the northern Region only.
Tatung  Taiwan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e April 2009 [2][223][227] Operates in the southern region only.
Vee  Taiwan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e April 2010 [2][223][228] Operates in the southern region only.
VMAX  Taiwan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e March 2010 [2][223] Operates in the northern region only.
Babilon-T  Tajikistan 2.3 IEEE 802.16e ? [24][229]
Super iMAX  Uzbekistan 2.3 IEEE 802.16 September 2008 [230] Services offered under the brand name EVO.
  • The Indonesian government announced on January 22, 2009, two ministry decrees and three regulations releasing spectrum at 2.3 GHz and 3.3 GHz for wireless broadband access across all regions of Indonesia.
    This means Indonesia will using 2.3 GHz band for the Wimax 16.e standard while 3.3 GHz will be used for the 16.d standard.[231]
  • Indonesia already able to build their own total solution for Wimax including chips[232] and equipment[233][234]
  • Wimax trial had been held by Indonesian government in mid-October 2008 to provide internet broadband in the Bandung area.[235]
  • Based on trial and local content requisites, two vendors (TRG & HARIFF) were approved by Indonesian government to sell Wimax 16.d equipment to the operators who won wimax 16.d license.
  • XIRKA is focusing their business in Wimax chipset.
  • TRG, HARIFF & LEN are preparing their product for Wimax 16.e Auction.
  • Commercial deployment planned in 2009.[236]
  • In July 2009, Indonesian government had announcement the winner of Wimax 16.d license in 15 zones.[237] The winner for each region are:
    • Zone 1 covering North Sumatera region, won by PT First Media Tbk.
    • Zone 2 covering Center Sumatera region, won by PT Berca Hardaya Perkasa.
    • Zone 3 covering South Sumatera region, won by PT Berca Hardaya Perkasa.
    • Zone 4 covering Banten, Jakarta, Bogor, Tanggerang & Bekasi, won by PT First Media.
    • Zone 5 covering west Java, won by PT Comtronic System and PT Adiwarta Perdana.
    • Zone 6 covering center Java, won by PT Telkom.
    • Zone 7 covering east Java, won by PT Comtronic System dan PT Adiwarta Perdana.
    • Zone 8 covering Bali and NTB, won by PT Berca Hardaya Perkasa.
    • Zone 9 covering Papua, won by APJII' Consortium & PT Telkom.
    • Zone 10 covering Maluku won by APJII' consortium & PT Telkom.
    • Zone 11 covering south Sulawesi, won by PT Berca Hardaya Perkasa.
    • Zone 12 covering North Sulawesi, won by PT Telkom.
    • Zone 13 covering west Kalimantan, won by PT Berca Hardaya Perkasa.
    • Zone 14 covering east Kalimantan, won by PT Berca Hardaya Perkasa.
    • Zone 15 covering Riau, won by APJII' Consortium & PT Berca Hardaya Perkasa.
  • Wimax 16.e auction will be start in 2010 and announced in 2011.[238]

Europe[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(GHz)
Standard Launch date Notes
Beltelecom  Belarus 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [239] Services offered under the brand name ByFly.
Yota  Belarus 2.5 - 2.6 IEEE 802.16e ? [240]
Max Telecom  Bulgaria 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [24]
Nexcom  Bulgaria 3.5 IEEE 802.16 January 2007 [241][242]
Dubrovnik Telekom  Croatia ? ? March 2008 [243]
KeterAir  Croatia 3.5 ? ? [244] Awarded 12-year licence in 2011.
Novi-net  Croatia 3.5 ? ? [244][245] Awarded 12-year licence in 2011.
Optima Telekom  Croatia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 November 2006 [2][246]
WiMAX Telecom  Croatia 3.5 IEEE 802.16e February 2009 [247][248]
Ceske Radiokomunikace  Czech Republic 3.5 IEEE 802.16 January 2009 [2][249]
Butlernetworks  Denmark 5.4 IEEE 802.16 June 2007 [2][250]
ELRO  Denmark ? ? ? [251]
Elion  Estonia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 October 2006 [2][252] Offered only to business customers.
Norby Telecom  Estonia 2.3 / 3.5 ? ? [253]
Finnet  Finland 3.5 ? ? [241][254]
Bollore Telecom  France 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [255][256]
Clearwire  Germany 3.5 ? ? [257] Awarded licence in 2006.
DBD  Germany 3.5 ? ? [257] Awarded licence in 2006.
Inquam  Germany ? ? ? [257] Awarded licence in 2006.
mvox  Germany 5.4 IEEE 802.16 May 2009 [2] Operates in Rauener Bergen.
NeckarCom  Germany 3.5 IEEE 802.16e December 2007 [2]
Televersa Online  Germany 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2] Operates in the Southeast of Bavaria.
VSE NET  Germany 3.5 IEEE 802.16e November 2007 [2]
OTE  Greece 3.5 IEEE 802.16 January 2007 [2]
AirSpeed Telecom  Ireland 3.5 ? ? [258]
Imagine  Ireland 3.5 IEEE 802.16e October 2009 [24][259]
Maynooth University  Ireland 2.3 IEEE 802.16e July 2008 [2]
Bluewave  Isle of Man ? ? ? [260]
E-Via Gruppo Retelit  Italy 3.5 ? ? [24]
Freemax  Italy 3.5
5.8
IEEE 802.16e
IEEE 802.16
[2]
Linkem  Italy 3.5 ? IEEE 802.16 [24]
Wavemax  Italy 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2]
ytel  Jersey ? IEEE 802.16e ? [261]
LRTC  Lithuania 3.5 IEEE 802.16e March 2009 [2][262]
Cosmote  Macedonia ? ? ? [263] Awarded licence in 2007.
Istel  Macedonia ? ? ?
Neotel  Macedonia 3.5 ? ? [264]
Nexcom  Macedonia ? ? ? [263] Awarded licence in 2007.
GO  Malta 3.5 IEEE 802.16 June 2009 [2]
Vodafone  Malta 3.5 IEEE 802.16 June 2007 [2]
m:tel  Montenegro 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2]
Telenor  Montenegro 3.5 IEEE 802.16 2009 [2]
Worldmax  Netherlands 3.5 IEEE 802.16e June 2007 [265][266][267]
Hafslund  Norway 2.6 IEEE 802.16e ? [2] Operates in Østfold.
Telenor  Norway 3.5 IEEE 802.16 October 2007 [2] Operates in Trøndelag coast.
eWi  Poland ? ? ? [268] Operates in West Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Exatel  Poland 3.5 ? ? [269]
INEA  Poland ? ? ? [270]
Milmex  Poland 3.5 ? ? [271]
Multimedia Polska  Poland 3.6 / 5.9 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
NASK  Poland ? ? ? [272]
Netia  Poland 3.6 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
SferaNET  Poland 3.5 ? 2005 [273]
T-Mobile  Poland 3.6 - 3.8 ? ? [274] Awarded licence in 2004.
Radiocom  Romania 3.6 ? November 2010 [275][276]
TransTeleCom  Russia ? ? ? [277]
BeotelNet  Serbia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
VeratNet  Serbia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Slovanet  Slovakia 3.5
10.5
IEEE 802.16e
?
?
?
[278][279]
Telekom Slovenije  Slovenia 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [280]
Eurona  Spain ? ? ?
Euskaltel  Spain 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Instanet  Spain 3.5 IEEE 802.16e September 2007 [24][281] Formerly Clearwire.
Portal Wimax  Spain ? ? ? [282] Operates in Alicante, Murcia and Almería.
R  Spain 5.4 ? ? [2]
Are Network  Sweden 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Swisscom   Switzerland ? IEEE 802.16e ? [241] Trialed in 2007.
Comstar UTS  Ukraine 5 ? ? [283] Awarded licence in 2006.
Farlep-Invest  Ukraine 5 ? ? [284] Awarded licence in 2012.
Intellecom  Ukraine 2.3 IEEE 802.16e May 2010 [285] Services offered under the brand name Giraffe.
Magic Line  Ukraine 5 ? ? [284] Awarded licence in 2012.
PAN  Ukraine 5.8 IEEE 802.16 ? [286] Awarded licence in 2007.
TiPiSi  Ukraine 5 ? ? [284] Awarded licence in 2012.
UHT  Ukraine 3.5 IEEE 802.16e 2005 [2][287] Services offered under the brand name FreshTel.
Attend 2  United Kingdom ? ? ? [288] Operates in South East of England.
Digital Teesdale  United Kingdom ? ? ? [289] Operates in Teesdale area, North England.
LiveWave  United Kingdom ? ? ? [290] Services offered under the brand name Wildcard.
Operates in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tynedale, Northumberland and the surrounding areas.
M-WAG  United Kingdom 2.5 ? ? [291] Trialed in 2008.
Redraw Internet  United Kingdom ? ? ? Operates in Devon, East Anglia, London, Lancashire, Oxfordshire, Warrington and Wigan.
Urban WiMax  United Kingdom 5.8 IEEE 802.16 ? [2] Operates in Central London (travelcard zone 1 and some of zone 2).
VFast  United Kingdom 5.8 IEEE 802.16 ? [2] Operates in Kent.

Middle East[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(GHz)
Standard Launch date Notes
Menatelecom  Bahrain 3.5 IEEE 802.16e November 2008 [292][293]
Zain  Bahrain 3.5 ? 2007 [292][294]
Datak Telecom  Iran 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2][295]
Laser Telecom  Iran 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Mobinnet  Iran 3.5 ? August 2010 [7][296][297] Operates nationwide.
MTN Irancell  Iran 3.5 IEEE 802.16e January 2010 [2][296][298] Operates in Tehran, East Azerbaijan, Isfahan, Khorasan Razavi, Fars and Khuzestan.
MTCE  Iran 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2][296] Operates in Golestan and Isfahan.
Rayaneh Danesh  Iran ? ? ? [296] Operates in Golestan and Isfahan.
7Netlayers Telecom  Iraq 2.3 IEEE 802.16e May 2009 [2]
BruskNet  Iraq ? ? ? [299]
Fanoos Telecom  Iraq ? ? ? [300]
Iraqtel  Iraq ? ? ? [241]
Kalimat Telecom  Iraq ? ? November 2008 [301]
TarinNet  Iraq ? ? ? [302] Operates in Sulaymaniyah.
Tishknet  Iraq ? ? ? [303]
Kulacom  Jordan 3.6 ? May 2009 [304]
Mada Communications  Jordan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e 2008 [24][241]
The Blue Zone  Jordan ? ? ? [305]
Umniah  Jordan 2.5 IEEE 802.16 November 2007 [2]
Wi-Tribe  Jordan 3.6 IEEE 802.16 June 2008 [2]
Zain  Jordan - - - [306] Uses Mada Communications network.
Mada Communications  Kuwait 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Cable One  Lebanon ? IEEE 802.16 ? [2] Services offered under the brand name WIGO.
Mobi  Lebanon 2.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Pesco Telecom  Lebanon 3.5 IEEE 802.16 November 2008 [2]
Nawras  Oman 2.3 IEEE 802.16e 2010 [2]
Ooredoo  Qatar ? ? ? [307]
Vodafone  Qatar ? ? ? [308] Awarded licence in 2008.
GO  Saudi Arabia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 June 2009 [2]
ITC  Saudi Arabia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2]
Mobily  Saudi Arabia 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [2]
STC  Saudi Arabia 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [309]
Zain  Saudi Arabia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 September 2007 [2]
du  United Arab Emirates ? IEEE 802.16e December 2009 [2]
Yemeni government  Yemen ? ? ? [310]

Oceania[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(GHz)
Standard Launch date Notes
Adam Internet  Australia 5.8 IEEE 802.16e November 2009 [2] Operates in the Metropolitan area of Adelaide.
Agile Communications  Australia 3.4 IEEE 802.16 ? [311] Operates in Coorong, Yorke Peninsula, and Riverlands areas of South Australia, retailed by partner ISP.
Aussie Broadband  Australia 3.6 IEEE 802.16 ? Operates in Gippsland.
BigAir  Australia 5.8 IEEE 802.16m August 2007 [312][313] Operates near-blanket coverage across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Perth.
This network provides Australian businesses with symmetric broadband services at speeds up to 1000 Mbit/s
and distances up to 30 km from its base stations.
Vivid Wireless  Australia 2.3 IEEE 802.16e March 2010 [2] Operates a metro-wide network in Perth and small "CBD only" networks in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Owned by Optus.
Kidanet  Fiji ? IEEE 802.16 February 2007 [314] Subsidiary of Fiji International Telecommunication Limited (FINTEL).
Unwired  Fiji 3.5 IEEE 802.16 October 2005 [315] Owned by Digicel.
CallPlus  New Zealand 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? [2] This is run under the wholesale brand Blue Reach.
NetSmart  New Zealand 2.5 / 3.5 IEEE 802.16 2010 Operates on the North island providing voice and data services.

Defunct, merged and acquired operators[edit]

Africa[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(MHz)
Standard Launch date End of service Notes
Spectranet  Nigeria 2.3 ? October 2011 ? [316] Switched to LTE.
MWEB  South Africa 5.7 ? ? May 2012 [317] Shutdown.
Sentech  South Africa 2.5 / 3.5 ? ? November 2009 [318] Shutdown.
Telkom  South Africa 3.5 IEEE 802.16 June 2007 ? [319][320] Returned spectrum.

Americas[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(MHz)
Standard Launch date End of service Notes
MVS  Mexico 2.5 ? 2006 June 2011 [321][322] Ceased licence.
Islanet  Puerto Rico 2.5 IEEE 802.16e October 2006 ? [2][323][324] Acquired.
Open Range  United States 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? October 2011 [2][325] Filed for bankruptcy.
Peoples Telephone Cooperative  United States ? ? ? ? [326] Switched to LTE.
Rocky Mountain Broadband  United States 2.5 ? March 2012 August 2012 [327] Shutdown.

Asia[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(MHz)
Standard Launch date End of service Notes
BSNL  India 2.3 / 2.5 / 3.3 IEEE 802.16e ? June 2014 [2][328] Shutdown.
Allem  Kazakhstan 2.5 IEEE 802.16e May 2010 ? [329][330] Acquired by TeliaSonera. Mergered with Kcell.
Nursat  Kazakhstan ? ? ? ? [331] Shutdown.
TeleCard  Pakistan 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? 2010 [2][332] Licence suspended.
Suntel  Sri Lanka 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? ? [2][333] Acquired by Dialog Broadband Networks.

Europe[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(MHz)
Standard Launch date End of service Notes
WiMAX Telecom  Austria 3.5 IEEE 802.16 September 2005 ? [2][334] Filed for bankruptcy.
b-lite  Belgium 3.5 ? ? ? [335][336] Switched to LTE.
Mtel  Bulgaria 3.5 ? ? ? [337] Sold spectrum licenses to Max.
TransTelecom  Bulgaria 3.5 IEEE 802.16e 2006 ? [2][338] Filed for bankruptcy. License revoked.
OiV  Croatia 3.5 ? ? ? [339] Returned spectrum.
Cosmoline  Greece 3.5 ? ? 2011 [340][341] License revoked.
Síminn  Iceland 3.5 IEEE 802.16 2007 2008 [2][342] Shutdown.
Irish Broadband  Ireland 5.7 IEEE 802.16 November 2005 [2][343] Acquired by Imagine Communications.
CDP  Poland 2.6 IEEE 802.16 March 2006 ? [2][344] Acquired by Netia.
Zapp  Portugal 3.5 ? ? September 2011 [345][346] Shutdown.
Comstar UTS  Russia 2.5
5.2
IEEE 802.16e
IEEE 802.16
May 2009 ? [2][347][348] Acquired by MTS.
Yota  Russia 2.5 IEEE 802.16e ? May 2012 [24][349] Switched to LTE.
WiMAX Telecom  Slovakia 3.5 IEEE 802.16 ? ? [2][278] Acquired by Slovanet.
Iberbanda  Spain 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? [24][350] Acquired by Telefónica.
Neo-Sky  Spain 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? ? [7][241][351] Switched to LTE.
Freedom4  United Kingdom 3.5 IEEE 802.16e December 2007 ? [24][2][352] Sold spectrum licenses to UK Broadband.
Telabria  United Kingdom 5.8 ? September 2005 ? [353][354] Shutdown.
UK Broadband  United Kingdom 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? ? [2][355] Switched to LTE.

Middle East[edit]

Operator Country Frequency
(MHz)
Standard Launch date End of service Notes
Bayanat  Saudi Arabia 3.5 IEEE 802.16e ? ? [24][356] Acquired by Mobily.

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