WiMAX 4G wireless broadband

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Announced December 4, 2009, Digital Bridge was awarded a grant from the Mid-Atlantic Broadband Cooperative to triple its current broadband wireless coverage in Appomattox County, Virginia. This last-mile, matching grant award will bring affordable broadband services to underserved areas. The wireless broadband provider won the award following a competitive bidding process. The new areas will be served by 4G broadband speeds at prices starting as low as $29.99 per month.

Over the past three years, Digital Bridge Communications has launched new wireless broadband service in fifteen communities nationwide. The company brings fixed broadband wireless services to a variety of customers -- residential, business, educational, healthcare and public safety -- and provides mobile broadband services though WiMAX-enabled laptops, USB adapters and other portable devices. An open, all-IP network and cost structure enable deployment of advanced services at a fraction of the capital and operating cost required for traditional wired and wireless services. Scalable deployment capabilities enable the company to roll out new services within six to nine months.