Belgian telecompany wins 3rd FWA licence  

2004.06.02
Belgium's Flux Europe has successfully bid for the 3rd Fixed Wireless Access licence covering the Copenhagen area

Belgian telecompany Flux Europe has successfully bid for the 3rd Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) licence covering the Copenhagen area tendered by the National IT and Telecom Agency. The cost of the licence was DKK 1.6 million (USD 260,000 million). The two other suppliers with a licence for FWA technology in Copenhagen are Sonofon and Danske Telecom.

 

The US mobile telepioneer and billionaire Craig McCaw is behind Flux Europe. He sold his company McCaw Cellular to telegiant AT&R (now AT&T Wireless) in 1994 for DKK 70 billion (USD 11.5 billion). According to several US media, Craig McCaw is now focusing on wireless broadband. During spring this year his company Flux Fixed Wireless merged with Clearwire which supplies wireless broadband in the US. The news is reported by ComON and Computerworld online.

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