Sprint to Offer '4G' CDMA/WiMax Modems, Phones
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Dec 5, 2008, 12:29 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint announced that it will be offering dual-mode CDMA/WiMax wireless modems before the end of 2008. The modems will allow users to connect to the Internet via either Sprint's CDMA network or Clearwire's Clear WiMax network under a new MVNO agreement with Clearwire. Sprint will act as a mobile virtual network operator to sell services powered by Clearwire's WiMax network. Sprint also said that it will be offering dual-mode CDMA/WiMax handsets that can switch between the two different types of wireless technology. Sprint did not say when the dual-mode handsets would be available.
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Sprint announced that it will be offering dual-mode CDMA/WiMax wireless modems before the end of 2008. . . .Sprint did not say when the dual-mode handsets would be available.
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