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IowaCowboy
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join:2010-10-16
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reply to Metatron2008

Re: Oh no!

I agree, even though I've never used Wi-max, I am impressed by the LTE on my iPhone 5. I don't even notice a difference when I have it latched on to my home Wi-Fi (powered by Comcast) or using Verizon LTE on the go. I don't use public hotspots because of security vulnerabilities.

Wi-max (based on what I've read on DSLR) is a downgrade from LTE.


iansltx

join:2007-02-19
Austin, TX
kudos:2

It is. However, you don't have to pay $80 per month for a WiMAX data account.



Metatron2008
Premium
join:2008-09-02
united state

Of course not. I remember when clear wire first came out I bought an ispot. $25 a month for unlimited internet... and our house is less then a mile away from a clear tower. What more could you ask for?

.... only our house has trees everywhere from the tower and gets no signal AT ALL from the clear wire tower, I had to drive around just to find a signal that was around 2.5/0.5.

Verizon lte gets 30/12 in really populated areas. I pay for limited internet, but fast internet that you don't need to drive around for.