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Consumers want value in service offering, NOT 4G

Brandishing banners and buntings all over with markings that proclaimed that iBurst was a 4G-based technology, and branding its service name as “IzziNet,” Mobif has since faded into oblivion.

Following closely on the heels of Mobif were the WiMax boys, who have proclaimed that their networks qualify as 4G systems. In fact, one player, Packet One Networks (P1) has just recently P1 rebranded itself from P1 W1Max to P1 4G.

And just last week, the latest player YTL Communications (YTL Comms) soft-launched its up-and-coming WiMax service called YES, proclaiming itself on Twitter to be a 4G provider.

Full story on ZDNET

Kugan
Kugan is the founder of MalaysianWireless. He has been observing the mobile industry since 2003. Connect with him on Twitter: @scamboy

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