ClearWire offers WiMax plans for home starting at $39.99 a month for 1.5 Mbps download and $54.99 a month for 6 Mbps download. These are home services only, so you only get a modem, not a wireless hot spot. Since they were bought by Sprint, these plans don't seem to exist anymore but previous customers still get the service.
So my question is, how do their WiMax plans compete with such low speeds when other ISPs like AT&T and Comcast exist? These plans are for Chicago. --- "watched PA4 with my GF. it literally scared the crap out of her." ~captstcloud
Dunno where you live but I'd kill for 6 Mbps at that price. I'm paying that much and only getting 3.8. --- https://i.imgur.com/6sZC0hY.png "Some people have skeletons in their closets. I just have a bone in my pants." -Mitchell2003
Dunno where you live but I'd kill for 6 Mbps at that price. I'm paying that much and only getting 3.8.
I actually live in the Chicago area. Those plans don't seem to make sense for a crowded metropolitan area like this one. --- "watched PA4 with my GF. it literally scared the crap out of her." ~captstcloud
Jeez I live near NYC and get 100Mbps down/75 up for $39.99 a month. --- Gamefaqs game rating system : 10 = Best Game Ever. 8-9. Crushing dissapointment. Below 8 :Total Garbage. This is getting ridiculous. people agreeing so far 117