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Did anyone notice CLEAR started offering 4G Enterprise Solutions? I found it posted under Clearwire Devices.

 

http://www.clear.com/support/download/

 

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Introducing CLEAR Enterprise Solutions wireless 4G Internet devices for machine-to-machine and business applications. Whether you need 24/7 Internet connections for distributed machines or wireless fail-over for main office or branch office wired Ethernet connections, CLEAR Enterprise Solutions has a certified wireless 4G device to fit your needs.

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Did anyone notice CLEAR started offering 4G Enterprise Solutions? I found it posted under Clearwire Devices.

 

http://www.clear.com/support/download/

 

B2B Devices

 

Introducing CLEAR Enterprise Solutions wireless 4G Internet devices for machine-to-machine and business applications. Whether you need 24/7 Internet connections for distributed machines or wireless fail-over for main office or branch office wired Ethernet connections' date=' CLEAR Enterprise Solutions has a certified wireless 4G device to fit your needs.[/quote']

 

I heard a while back that they were offering those services, but just didn't market it so openly than how they do now.

 

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