Monica Paolini at Senza Fili consulting conducted a broadband wireless report for publisher BWCS: By 2009, she expects Wi-Max chips to be built into laptops. Access for a fixed service will cost around $35 per month in 2009 with an additional $22 per month offering mobility. In that same time period, she expects fixed wireless access to account for 3.6 percent of broadband connections, up from 1.8 percent in 2005. Also, she doesn't expect the United States to lead the charge for WiMax. Rather, China, India, Australia, Europe, and New Zealand will be early adopters. Some of those markets have often been cited as ideal for broadband wireless as they may not already have landline broadband access or, as is the case in some European cities, historical buildings prevent the construction of some landline access networks.