Not so long ago, we published an analytical study of J son Partners, on the WiMAX market in Russia. But what about the case from our neighbors ? The answer to this question gives a new survey of analysts, on the WiMAX market in Central Asia. As it turned out, the market is there at approximately the same level of development. To date, the region is 8 operators WiMAX:7 operators of fixed WiMAX and 1 mobile WiMAX. In late 2007, the total subscriber base of WiMAX operators was slightly more than 1500 subscribers, bearing in mind that WiMAX networks were launched only in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. In early 2008, Kyrgyzstan has launched eighth consecutive WiMAX network in the region. An estimated J son Partners Central Asia, at the end of 2008 it is expected that the number of WiMAX subscribers will increase by 3 times and will be 4500 subscribers. WiMAX penetration in the region will not exceed 0, 001%, while the penetration of broadband access (SHPD) will reach 12% by the end of 2008. Thus, at the end of this year, the number of WiMAX subscribers in Kazakhstan will amount to more than 1600, in Uzbekistan - more than 1300, in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan Services, WiMAX networks will benefit from a little over 700 and 600 subscribers respectively. The study shows that the level of ARPU WiMAX networks did not fall below $ 100, while ARPU SHPD wired networks will not exceed $ 35. This difference is due to the fact that the bulk of the WiMAX subscribers represented by corporate subscribers, while the bulk of subscribers in the wireline networks presented SHPD household subscribers. So talk of mass WiMAX networks in the countries of Central Asia do not have to.