Stelera Wireless, an Oklahoma City based wireless provider, has been approved for a $35 million RUS broadband loan. Stelera intends to use the loan proceeds to launch broadband wireless service using HSUPA technology in 55 markets. Stelera intends to target rural or “underserved” markets with populations of 20K or less. The immediate planned markets are located in Texas, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oregon, Washington, and Arizona. “This is only the beginning,” says Ed Evans, Stelera CEO.
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