WiMAX operators fined for failure to reach the coverage target of 25% the population by March of 2009 stipulated by their concessions.
Three of Malaysia's WiMAX operators have been hit with fines relating to failures in rolling out their networks on time, the Star Online reports.
We promise to provide you coverage just look at our maps. Where have we heard this story before? I guess its much easier to audit coverage in a smaller country like Malaysia than the U.S. Good to see some accountability coming to the telecom industry which notoriously over-promises and under-delivers. If the FCC wanted to enforce rules it also could become a profit center of fines itself. All they have to do is levy a fine against the carriers for over-promising coverage and the Deadcellzones.com community of users can assist in the audit.