Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Business 2.0 reports, "Clearwire already offers basic Wi-Max broadband service in Brussels, Dublin, and 27 U.S. metropolitan markets covering more than 200 cities and towns. Its network had 100,000 subscribers at the end of March." But if you read the reviews at DSL Reports, the whiners, I mean users, there complain about high price, slow speed, and an iron-clad contract. Interesting notes: "AOL, owned by the parent company of Business 2.0, is a reseller of Clearwire Wi-Max service." Rumor has it that DISH & DirecTV may partner with Clearwire. "In July, Intel and MOTO pumped $900 million into the company."