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Netzero is apparently giving away 200mb of data per month for a year. Or you can upgrade to a 500mb or 4gb plan for as low as 9.99 per month. No contact, but you have to buy your own WiMax device from netzero.

 

At least clearwire is still working on being more profitable.

 

http://www.phonearena.com/news/NetZero-makes-a-comeback-as-a--mobile-4G-network-provider_id28229

 

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Hey...monetize that WiMax while you still can!!!

 

Robert, Roberto, Admin, Hey You! Its all good! But this was posted from my E4GT with ICS using Forum Runner

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Hey...monetize that WiMax while you still can!!!

 

Robert, Roberto, Admin, Hey You! Its all good! But this was posted from my E4GT with ICS using Forum Runner

 

WiMax is good until at least 2015, so as many partners as they can get will keep their cash flow to pay their bills.

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Hey...monetize that WiMax while you still can!!!

 

Robert, Roberto, Admin, Hey You! Its all good! But this was posted from my E4GT with ICS using Forum Runner

WiMax is good until at least 2015, so as many partners as they can get will keep their cash flow to pay their bills.

 

I am all for Clearwire making money on WiMax. It makes them even more likely to keep up the maintenance on WiMax after they roll out LTE

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