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Clearwire Launches Red Hot Hotspot
Posted: 01-Feb-2013 [Source: Clearwire]

[Clearwire to offer its CLEAR Spot Voyager in red beginning February 1.]

Bellevue, WA -- "Good things come in small packages," says the old adage. This Valentine's Day, what could be more fitting then a small red package that keeps users connected even when they're apart. For a limited time, consumers can purchase a jewel-tone red Limited Edition CLEAR Spot Voyager starting February 1.

"We understand that our customers' devices are often as much about staying up with the current trends as they are about staying connected," said Dow Draper, senior vice president and general manager of retail at Clearwire. "The new red Limited Edition CLEAR Spot Voyager is an obvious choice for those looking to make a statement and stand out for reasons beyond using one of the few truly unlimited1 4G products available today."

The number of red Limited Edition CLEAR Spot Voyagers may be limited, but data is not1. The red hot personal hotspot delivers unlimited1, on-the-go 4G internet and will outlast any red rose or heart-shaped box of chocolates. Be bold, and give the gift that keeps on giving.

The red Limited Edition CLEAR Spot Voyager is a personal mobile hotspot allowing users to easily and securely share unlimited1 internet access, simultaneously with up to eight Wi-Fi-enabled devices2, including the iPad(R), iPhone(R), iPod touch(R)3, Windows(R) 84 laptops, smartphones, and portable gaming devices, anywhere within CLEAR coverage. The CLEAR Spot Voyager is manufactured by Infomark and carries a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price of $49.995. The device is 2.6" square, weighs only 2.1 ounces, and runs on a rechargeable battery that provides up to six hours of continuous use6.

CLEAR, the retail brand for Clearwire Corporation, runs on Clearwire's 4G network in approximately 80 cities across the U.S., in areas where more than 130 million people live. For more information about CLEAR, visit www.clear.com. Company information about Clearwire, HD product video, and high-resolution photography is available at www.clearwire.com/newsroom.

1 Unlimited plans subject to network management and other provisions of CLEAR's Acceptable Use Policy, posted at www.clear.com/legal/aup.

2 CLEAR Spot connects up to 8 wi-fi-enabled devices within an approx. 100-foot range.

3 iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Apple is not affiliated with Clearwire and does not endorse CLEAR-branded products or services.

4 Windows 8 is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft is not affiliated with Clearwire and does not endorse CLEAR-branded products or services.

5Taxes, recurring monthly service fees, and other charges apply, including shipping charges in certain retail sales channels.

6 Actual battery life that user experiences between charges may vary and is not guaranteed.

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