Based on a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Clearwire plans to introduce new, pay-as-you-go WiMax service in the near future. The company, which called for a press conference on Monday, August 30, is building out a WiMax network in cooperation with Sprint. Sprint and Clearwire's WiMax covers 49 markets in the U.S., but still only a handful of devices — including just two phones — can access the network. The addition of a pay-as-you-go service model could help Clearwire and Sprint sign up new customers if the pricing is competitive enough. Additional details will become available during the press conference.
I've got a Motorola laptop card and use it on a 4g only unlim acct for $30/moClear is great if your in a city with 4g I have gotten upto 20mbps dl, 1.5mbps UL 60ms ping. Typically 10mbps dl 1mbps ul and 80ms. Cant wait to get a Samsung Epic and then go with a data only plan.
Do they allow data only plans for smartphones anymore? I know that Verizon and AT&T don't, and I don't think that T-Mobile does either (though I could be wrong about that since T-Mobile doesn't have coverage in my area)
Keep dreaming. Verizon only cares what AT&T is doing. They don't even consider Sprint a competitor. When the Alltel merger was being ecided by Justice and the FCC Verizon had to remind us not to denegrate Sprint to customers saying we needed to mak... (continues)