Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Comcast to Offer Wireless Cards - WSJ.com

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The broadband card will operate on network run by Clearwire Corp., which already offers a similar service in the region and in which Comcast invested $1 billion last year. The service will use so-called 4G technology capable of delivering download speeds of four megabits per second.

The Portland rollout marks the "first step" in a larger launch, said Cathy Avgiris, general manager for wireless and voice services at Comcast. Comcast will offer the new wireless service in a promotion that costs $49.95 a month for the first year and includes Comcast's Internet home service and a Wi-Fi router. The regular price is about $73 a month.

Comcast to Offer Wireless Cards - WSJ.com

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