The questions is if the WiMax system they have employed will be taken over by LTE from competitors such as PTCL.
As pointed out here, deploying WiMax to rural area's is expensive with little benefit due to low penetration. LTE is more more aligned with rural coverage due to it's superior mobility.
Surely you mean wine and not vine. Vines can only age so much. After that they need to be pulled out of the ground and new ones planted. Wine is aged in cellars. Where is this discussion going?
Good service excellent rates
Old Vine in New Bottle is not a good example at all, Vine gets better as it gets old.. any how, there is a question for the users for connectivity and quality of Service. currently i have no idea if this service is going to reach to the urban areas as there are much more users in those areas as compare to main cities
Quantity is not important, Quality is more important. If the users are not happy with service then why launching a new product. Its like "old vine in new bottle"
wi tribe is a complete flop.
the customer care service sucks.
i thnk wi-tribe is a good come back for Q-tel
wateen has been a big flop.
now they new wi-tribe will have a nice competition with worldcall evdo which is rapidly expanding its service specially in urban parts of the country
Very Nicely Done!
Although its very good move by Qtel but still they have to compete WATEEN and PTCL. So the current packages offered by WiTribe are very expensive as compared to WATEEN so no one is going to buy WiTribe when WATEEN with good reputation and cheap packages.
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