Monday, March 29, 2010

Sprint / Clearwire Launches 4G In Houston, Declairs "Texas the biggest 4G State"

Sprint / Clearwire 4G  "Texas the biggest 4G State"
Sprint and Clearwire has both announced simultaneously the launch of 4G Mobile WiMAX service in Houston, Texas today. Clearwire adds Houston to it's  26 cities already under 4G coverage. As you can see, Texas accounts for 12 of those deployments, befitting the name, "Texas the biggest 4G State". Consumers and businesses, could use 4G powered products, such as Overdrive(TM) 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot, USB Modem and USB Mobile Broadband or HTC EVO Android Based 4G Phone, to experience the 4G or to test wimax speeds. Los Angeles, Miami, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Salt Lake City will get 4G Mobile WiMAX this year in addition to previous targets.

"Today, we flipped the switch to make fast mobile broadband even faster for Houston," said John Stevens, Southwest regional vice president, Sprint. "Customers will discover that 4G technology allows all kinds of new possibilities for Internet-on-the-go - streaming video, online gaming, videoconferencing. There is nothing else like the 4G experience from any other wireless carrier and now Texas is number one in 4G connectivity."
 "CLEAR is thrilled to bring to Houston residents, businesses and visitors an Internet experience similar to what they're used to having at home or the office, anywhere around town or on the go," said John Smith, Clearwire general manager, Houston. "We're pleased to complete our Texas service launch with a valuable new category of Internet service designed to make people's lives more enjoyable and more productive."
 Sprint and Clearwire Press releases


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