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|Comments on news posted 2013-01-25 08:43:12: An Alaskan WiMax service offered by AT&T that you probably never knew about is shutting down. As we noted in 2007, AT&T's Alascom subsidiary started offering Juneau, Alaska, residents WiMax broadband service starting at $19. .. |
| |tobyTroy Mcclure
All to move from unlimited to very limited I'm sure this is in the cards for Sprint-Clear-Softbank soon too.
the modems wonder why they want the modems back if they are shuttering the service . The modems won't support LTE so what value are the modems ?
Never heard of it I've never even heard of it. They have decent HSPA+ in Juneau even though there's no coverage at the end of the road, didn't know WiMAX existed up there.
Re: Never heard of it It wasn't exactly very fast, last time I looked at it it was 1mbps or 2mbps, it made Clear, the other WImax provider look fast by comparison.