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[Engadget] Clearwire adding 120Mbps 'LTE Advanced-ready' technology to its holdings..

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Full title: Clearwire adding 120Mbps 'LTE Advanced-ready' technology to its holdings, restates commitment to WiMAX

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Is it really fall? We can't say for certain that this is what Dan Hesse was referring to when he told us face-to-face that something spectacular would be coming our way a bit later in the year, but Clearwire definitely just announced its intent to add "LTE Advanced-ready" technology to its 4G network...
I wonder if this is what Dan Hesse was talking about... And I wonder how this will play out

http://www.engadget.com/2011/08/03/c...-its-holdings/
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Just about time Sprint decided to go this way. WiMax is not very good. i just hope one day ill be able to surf the net and talk at the same time on the Sprint network. I really hope Sprint customers will be able to roam on verizion's LTE network in the feature like we can with the 3vDO.
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For a company that's not doing too well, this looks like a move to fatten stocks so they can sell more....
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Just about time Sprint decided to go this way. WiMax is not very good. i just hope one day ill be able to surf the net and talk at the same time on the Sprint network. I really hope Sprint customers will be able to roam on verizion's LTE network in the feature like we can with the 3vDO.
LTE would likely be the end of unlimited data for Sprint. If thats the case I would prefer them to keep WiMax. 4-7mbps is plenty for a cell phone. All that speed from LTE is a waste if youre going to be capped at 2GB.

We already can talk and surf the web with 4G WiMax.

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