|Clearwire, Time Warner Cable and Sprint Expand New York City Metro 4G Mobile Broadband Network By 21 Percent|
Posted: 12-Jul-2011 [Source: Clearwire]
[WiMax 4G network expansion in New York City metro area now covers 11,927,000 people.]
Kirkland, WA -- Clearwire, Time Warner Cable and Sprint today announced a significant expansion of the Clearwire 4G network footprint and key capacity upgrades for mobile broadband customers in the greater New York City metro area. The regional CLEAR(r), Time Warner Cable Mobile Internet and Sprint 4G service area have added coverage for an additional 91,363 people. Now, more than 11,927,000 people in the New York City area have access to Clearwire's 4G mobile broadband network. This expansion represents new coverage since Clearwire's initial launch on November 1, 2010.
Enhanced capacity and expanded coverage can be experienced in the following communities: Alpine, Bayonne, Elizabeth, Fair Lawn, Newark, Paramus, Secaucus, Union, NJ; and Hartsdale, New Rochelle, New York, Rockville Centre, Yonkers, NY.
"Across New York and New Jersey, Clearwire's 4G speed continues to set the standard in delivering a high-speed network that businesses and consumers demand," said Sean Reid, regional general manager for Clearwire. "Unlimited mobile broadband usage is a product that Clearwire pioneered across the country over the last several years and is currently now in seventy-one markets across the United States."
"Sprint 4G customers in the Greater New York area will benefit from these enhancements," said Karen Paletta, Sprint vice president-East Region. "Our customers enjoy a wide selection of cutting-edge 4G devices - smartphones, tablets and mobile connectivity devices. Sprint 4G allows for sophisticated services such as video chat and a wide variety of applications that keep expanding every day with great new mobile devices from Sprint."
"Time Warner Cable continues to take steps as a leader in the industry by offering our customers multiple ways to access the information and content they want at home, at work and on the go," said Lou Lazzaro, vice president of wireless, Time Warner Cable New York City. "Mobile Internet keeps Time Warner Cable business and residential customers connected in multiple ways from multiple places so they're never out of touch."
4G customers in these cities will be able to increase their mobility and productivity in many ways: from instantly downloading large files to get work done on the run, browsing the Web just like at home from across the city, or watching online videos and movies while travelling in the family car around town. A variety of 4G devices are available from both service providers.
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