Internet service provider Intellecom on June 15 put into operation wireless WiMAX internet network in Kharkiv, reads a statement made by the company.
The company offers two unlimited tariff plans: ‘Basic’, at the rate of up to 850 kbps at the subscriber fee of UAH 90 a month, and ‘Unlimited’, at the rate of up to 20 Mbps at the subscriber fee of UAH 150 a month.
If sign up to a one-year contract clients can buy a USB modem for a mere UAH 1, and a stationary modem with WiFi module for UAH 499.
Apart from this, if connect without a contract a USB modem costs UAH 199, and a stationary one UAH 999.
The company has plans for the near future to commission WiMAX networks in other cities.
Intellecom is a limited liability company controlled by VTEL Holdings Limited, which is registered in the United Arab Emirates and operates on the CIS, African, and South American markets.
The National Communications Regulation Commission decided in January to issue no-bid WiMAX licences for within the 5,250 MHz to 5,350 MHz bands.