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|reply to BBandB |
Uh...you're the one who's full of BS. The LTE on ym iPad (VZW) will beat 99% of WiFi hotspots to pieces, as long as I'm in an LTE coverage area (any big city in the Lower 48, plus lots of medium-sized ones) Coverage is reasonable, too.
We aren't talking about Clear WiMAX here, which admittedly has coverage issues, particularly if you're using a mobile device to access their network.
Speaking of Clear, the point of their TD-LTE system will be to deliver breakneck speeds to a small area, offloading users who would normally be clogging up the macro-cellular network at large events, schools, airports and the like. So that way, when you walk into /name of team/ stadium, your service will get better instead of failing altogether.
Clear could do that without the MSOs. They just need to go to the cities and power companies and get access to the street lights. They could create a HUGE Network without any issues. An AP every X amount of poles, and all backhauled to the tower. They'd give any DSL and MSO a run for their money. Especially since it'd be totally wireless. They could do mobile that way and fixed.