said by DrData:The fact is i posted a recent support request for help with pricing, and you guys were of no help as shown in my POST HISTORY of which the post can't be viewed by the public.
I use Clear at home and am very aware of the technology. I have made a recent review about them in the proper space. You're correct that latency and jitter are higher with wimax tech, but it's perfectly fine and within spec for VOIP usage. Latency runs about 70-80 ms and jitter runs 5-10 ms. I have tested it extensively and works great for me. I've also tested my bright house connection and jitter has exceeded 30+ at times. My brighthouse connection was also prone to packet loss!
My review here is not about Clear. You clearly have an issue with them and are trying to make Clear and their technology look inferior when in reality it's not, is a great alternative, and there really is no concernable difference.
I've been a member here since 2004 and am very aware how the site works and the post history. The fact is i posted a recent support request for help with pricing, and you guys were of no help as shown in my POST HISTORY of which the post can't be viewed by the public. That coupled with the price, dvr issues and modem reboots as outlined in my review.
Sure it can. Take a screenshot of the entire thread and post it here for everyone to see that I did indeed respond to you and pointed you in the direction in which you needed to go because DSLR is not the appropriate venue for such questions. That way there can't be any doubt. You have raised several issues none of which were accurately portrayed and this is why you have modified your original post as reflected in the notes above.
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