Denver-based China Wi-Max Communications and Minfang Telecommunications have announced an agreement that provides China Wi-Max with "most favored nation" access to over 1,400 commercial buildings in Beijing for its enhanced broadband services. Minfang is a privately held, licensed telecommunications transport company that currently provides transport services to telecommunications companies in Beijing.

The "most favored nation" provision allows China Wi-Max to pay the most competitive rates for immediate access and utilization of Minfang’s fiber transport services. In addition to pricing, the agreement provides last mile access to customers in 1,400 Beijing buildings.

"Earlier this month, we lit our fiber ring in Beijing, and now we have enhanced and significantly expanded our ability to provide cost-effective service to customers at both the retail and wholesale levels," said Steven Berman, CEO of China Wi-Max Communications, in a statement.

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