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Clearwire to Ditch 'Xohm' Branding

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Dec 1, 2008, 10:53 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Clearwire announced that it will forgo using the Xohm branding created by Sprint for its WiMax network. Instead, the WiMax network will be referred to as the 'Clear' network. Sprint and Clearwire made the official announcement about their completed merger this morning.

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psycho dramatic7

Dec 1, 2008, 10:38 PM

Tank You Por Cawing Sprent.....

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🤣 yup then transfer you a million times then just hang up on you 🤣
This happens with any carrier but you spell like a retard very well, both of you hmmm 🤨 When I used to call t-mobile and att got transferred over and over again. Hung up on even for simple things.

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Dec 1, 2008, 12:14 PM

Clearwire's in charge

No surprise there: Clearwire is the company that's had the success with WiMax, so it's logical that they would be in the driver's seat (or at least, the branding scheme would make it appear that way).

Plus - "Xohm"? Lame; good riddance.
Probably doesn't hurt to 'rid' its name ties to Sprint, which has been performing poorly over the past year or so.
Um, F.Y.I... Sprint bought Clearwire (via nearly $4 billion, as well as some assets in exchange for 51% of the company) and the entire idea from day 1 was to lose the Sprint branding in every sense. But make no mistake about it, its just the branding...
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