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Sprint Pegs October 8 As Xohm Launch Date

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Oct 3, 2008, 10:05 PM

XOHM Location

🙂 We have setup a XOHM Kiosk in the Arundel Mill Mall in Maryland.. Come check us out in the food court... We have great deals on XOHM Service.. Ask for Brad

Sep 23, 2008, 9:18 PM


cant wait to get this and sell this... i know all the haters are gunna say LTE this LTE that but remember... the beta isnt always that great at launch and your gunna have to grow through that too... and remember... spectrum coverage vs roaming is gunna be your factor vs. true IP spectrum and is gunna rock.

all the haters below about LTE is lame... and are gunna bash me and still say they are lame but also dont know what there talking about cause thier wireless noobs and base a company on customers vs. technology
I sure hope this is finally it.

Sep 24, 2008, 9:27 AM

To the naysayers

I keep seeing some folks speaking from their butts, let's look at this! The companies that said they're going LTE are wireless carriers with the exception of some Sprint being the exception, I have not seen any computer manufacturer, Gov agency, Educational agency, computer chip manufacturer, etc, that has said they're going LTE. LTE is yet to be proven, Sprint was the first American carrier that decided to go all digital and 2G in the 90's, some said they will fail, they did not, they were the first to go EVDO that did not fail.

Let's look at a few of the companies going Wimax:

Amdocs inked a multi-year agreement with the carrier that includes building and maintaining the Xohm Internet portal, customer relationship management, servi...
Sprint owns spectrum licenses for the WiMAX band that cover 185 million U.S. residents. Clearwire has spectrum in the same band to serve 115 million people. The combined network should be fairly comprehensive, covering urban, suburban and rural areas ...
Sorry Scorpio. Not to runaway with what you were saying so forgive me. But I have to add:
Wimax has already been proven overseas and the footprint this has is a huge advantage for wimax and the US. I now have to mention that GSM typically has had the...
Look at the verbs you used in listing the companies that are "going" WiMax:

"announced", "plans", "pledged", "named" - all very much future/speculative. Granted, this happens all the time in the wireless industry, but with WiMax, it's been happeni...

Sep 24, 2008, 12:03 AM

Wonder if this will be as spectacular....

....as Sprint's previous wireless broadband failure?

mobile terminal 1: Oh this is awesome
mobile terminal 2: Yeah, the tubes are fast
mobile terminal 3: Can has QAM-8?
mobile terminal 2: dude...no....wtf.?? please dont..
mobile terminal 1: i guess the party is over....
.....their announcement in 2 years that they're switching to LTE.

It won't be long before Google and Intel abandon Sprint?Xohm/Clearwire/Whatever It Is This month and then Sprint will be left with their proprietary network protocol that is expensi...
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