DigitalBridge Communications (DBC) claims to have launched the first mobile WiMAX (802.16e) network in the U.S. in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. DBC sells the service under the BridgeMAXX brand, and offers a 3 Mbps download package for $40/month. Current BridgeMAXX fixed-service users can add the mobility feature for a bundled price of $30/month. DBC uses Alvarion equipment in Jackson Hole market, as well as in its other Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, and Virginia markets.
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