Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Most waited Dialog WiMax is now available.

Dialog has launched the WiMAX solutions under “BroardNet” brand name. You can now get WiMAX installed by contacting Dialog Broadband. I don’t know why they are not advertising it as their other products. The products are currently under testing, but following packages are available.

Available Packages
Name Speed Pro Pro + Ultra
Speed 1 MB 2 MB 2 MB 4 MB
IP Address Dynamic Dynamic Static Static
Mail Box 2 5 10 10
Common Firewall X
X
X
X
Virus Protection X X X X
Authentication X X - -
Web Space X X X X
Option 1
Connection Charges 15,000.00
Monthly Rental 3,450.00 4,900.00 10,000.00 13,000.00
Option 2
Monthly Rental 4,000.00 5,500.00 11,000.00 14,000.00

3 comments:

Rasika said...

Whats option 1 and option 2? are there download caps?

koolb said...

There is a startup fee + monthly payment for Option 1 but for the option 2 it’s only a fixed monthly payment. Other than that the packages are same and they don’t have any quotas for the packages. I have attached a presentation from dialog in the next post and it has all the details.
I got to know that they are not issuing new lines to retail customers from my friend who tried to get a connection to his home. Pls call and check the details first before you decide as they have not officially launched the WiMax products. Contact details are in the presentation.

jean said...

i am useing this connection in batticaloa. i got speed one connec tion but my download speed is 800Kb/sec in the day time
900kb/sec in night time. i am fully happy with dialog broad band
this is the fist time broad band in east and SLT adsl hasnt come yet.
they are still working on it.
thumbs up for DBN

cheers
jean