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Even if one uses it for browsing, disconnection and high ping issue is going to screw him. IMO, those who have access to DSL, should NOT even consider wireless internet.
Clearwire is a company that holds stakes in almost all the wimax operators around the world. They provide their services on 2.5G spectrum. And their cellular companies are operating at 3G or 4G. In pak, idiots are providing service in the same spectrum as that of wireless local loop/evdo etc. Even worse, they share the same BTS.
Elsewhere, operators are providing IPTV via wimax and our operators are busy in rolling out ridiculous packages accompanied by frequent downtime issues. No wonder people call Wateen ‘yateem’.
And did you know that wi tribe is made up of mobilink staff?
In this environment, i am better off not waiting for anyone. Wireless to wireless internet, Pakistan is not going to enjoy the broadband dream (in its true spirit) till at least next decade.
Technology takes time. Pakistan takes time, two times
You are comparing an underdeveloped country like Pakistan with the entire world(and Clearwire)?!Even in Telecommunication we are way behind almost everyone because of the lack of resources and especially manpower.
I couldn’t understand the second paragraph about Clearwire’s stake in global deployment of wimax.What does that have to do with the current deteriorating situation about wimax in Pakistan?
About IPTV,read my first paragraph carefully.
About wi-tribe,no comments
And about the broadband dream,we are already near to turn it into a reality.Its just that we are unable to fulfill its basic conditions to keep it within our reach(lack of know-hows,manpower e.t.c)