Clearwire is trialing a portable WiMAX solution in Seattle, WA. The solution offers a wireless broadband enabled laptop card, similar to ones offered by Verizon and Sprint (which utilizes CDMA EVDO Rev. A technology). The cards offer download speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps and sell for $80. The Clearwire option is a portable solution, meaning it doesn’t offer true mobility and subscribers need to be relatively stationary.
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