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There's a 3G + WiMAX + LTE iPod Touch MiFi sleeve also.






Its built-in lithium polymer battery (1,450mAh) is good for over 6 hours, according to a FreedomPop representative. The case plugs into the iPod's docking port, then recharges via what appears to be a Mini-USB connector in the bottom.


The iPod Touch 4G Sleeve offers no-contract nationwide 4G by way of Sprint's 4G LTE and WiMax networks, as well as its 3G network and Clearwire's network. That's a big change from the original FreedomSleeve for iPhone, which was going to be limited to WiMax. A company rep confirmed that the FreedomSleeve will now also connect to these additional networks -- a major improvement.



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If I had to wager, I don't think any of the answers given are what the OP was really asking. I suspect he's not looking to add additional monthly fees or an external device.


So to be clear, the answer to whether the iPhone can directly be connected to the WiMax network is a definitive no.

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