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Run Your Home and Office at 4G Speed

Take your home and business connectivity to the next level with the Sprint 4G Desktop Modem CPEi25150 by Motorola®. Simply connect the Sprint 4G Desktop Modem to your computer or router/Wi-Fi device to access blazingly fast speeds for browsing the Web, accessing multimedia-rich information, exploring social networking and lag-free videoconferencing in 4G service areas. Sprint 4G, powered by WiMAX, delivers download speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G.1 Expanding across the country, Sprint offers 4G service in 27 markets today, with more markets to launch in 2010. Sprint 4G Desktop Modem is the perfect cost-effective alternative to wired broadband or DSL connection, can be moved flexibly from location to location, allowing the user to connect to the Sprint 4G network easily and seamlessly without complicated installation and set-up procedures.


* WiMAX Forum certified

* Easy plug-and-play functionality

* Will work with all Operating Systems (e.g. Windows®, Macintosh, etc.)

* Dual integrated antennas in a compact design

* Best in Class Radio Performance

* Reliable indoor coverage

* High throughput

* Easy detection and authentication

* Advanced security and control features


* Dimensions: 9.3 inches (h) x 6.3 inches (w) x 1.1 inch (d)

* Weight: 1 lb.

* Frequency: 2.5

* Ethernet ports: 1; Speed Support 10/100M; NWay Protocol

* Firewall Protection and Port Forwarding


* Desktop Modem

* Ethernet Cable (RJ45)

* Power supply

* Get Started Guide

1 “Up to 10x faster” based on download speed comparison of 3G’s 600 kbps vs. 4G’s 6 Mbps. Typical published 3G avg. speeds (600 kbps-1.7 Mbps); 4G avg. speeds (3-6 Mbps). Actual speeds may vary. 4G currently available in select areas /devices; check for Sprint 4G coverage/device information.

Available through Direct Ship starting on 12/13/09

Pricing: $99.99 Sprint 4G Desktop Modem after $150 instant rebate and a two-year subscriber agreement

$49.99/month Sprint 4G Desktop Modem Plan and a two-year subscriber agreement

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