Despite the fact that Clear has begun testing an LTE network, the company's releasing two new WiMax-based products. The Clear Spot Voyager is the company's latest personal hotspot, which can share a connection with up to eight Wi-Fi devices, should run for six hours on a charge, and will cost $124.99. The Clear Hub Express, on the other hand, is designed for in-home usage: it's both a modem and wireless router, provides a signal up to 150 feet away, and will retail for $99.99. With most of the industry (including Sprint, Clearwire's largest investor) moving away from WiMax, these devices might not be the smartest investment — but since Clear sells them contract-free, users won't be stuck paying for out-of-date service.
Clear releases WiMax Spot Voyager hotspot and Hub Express router, despite impending LTE transition
Despite the fact that Clear has begun testing an LTE network, the company's releasing two new WiMax-based products: the Clear Spot Voyager personal hotspot and the Clear Hub Express wireless router.