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Clearwire Launching WiMax in Seattle, Hawaii Today

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Dec 1, 2009, 9:27 AM

Can someone look up Houston's date

I need to know when Houston or Denver would get WiMax, Thanks for any info. 😉
Here's the phone to Clear's customer service: 1-888-495-5553
here you go boss...

Just thought I'd start a running list of the 4G markets, for quick reference and to consolidate both the Clearwire and Sprint 4G announcements.

(* indicates this city is live on either Clear, Sprint 4G or both)


Dec 2, 2009, 6:02 AM

wimax coming to boston and LA and NYC on commercial!!

look at this official commercial by clearwire... if you look closely youll see upcoming devices and cities not mentioned yet. also youll see the download speed on this one guys computer is 450kbps which is really nice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXIfCmSPFVo&NR=1 »

also from what i noticed...

if you look at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDQWN...eature =related and pause at 1:32 youll see the map of thier entire spectrum holding. im so freaking excited for this

Dec 1, 2009, 10:22 AM

buildout is as fast as thier network

holy crap... they are going really fast on this build out. the coverage for hawaii is practically everywhere and so is seattle area. i cant wait for this to come to florida and central PA and NYC
I think NYC would be last because of the people there. They want to make sure its stable before the release, IMO. They would have to make sure it can handle the heavy usage.

Dec 1, 2009, 1:26 PM

So can...

I upgrade from my regular Sprint 3G data card to a WiMax one? 😕
Yes, data cards upgrade just like phones, so every 22 mnths in most cases. So if you've had your card for a couple years you should be fine.
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