Oh no! You must wait a little longer to have poor service with slower speeds then lte AND can only use it for a year!
Re: Oh no! It is. However, you don't have to pay $80 per month for a WiMAX data account.
Re: Oh no! 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.
Doh! Since it works as a wi-fi hotspot they should have just had it tested by itself. If they were smart enough to come up with a device like this you'd think they could have figured out how to have it tested!
said by ArizonaSteve:The FCC is the problem. They see something new and don't know how to test it? Hire better engineers.
Since it works as a wi-fi hotspot they should have just had it tested by itself. If they were smart enough to come up with a device like this you'd think they could have figured out how to have it tested!
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freedompop doesn't tell customers about the delay freedompop didn't tell me about the delay so they kept saying the sleeve would be available in another 3 to 4 weeks. then in 3 to 4 weeks, they would say it would be avail in 3 to 4 weeks. i got fed up and canceled my order, which i placed in may of 2012. this was very irritating. i ended up getting the hotspot which works well except for the terrible battery life.