Comcast is now marketing high-speed wireless data service from Clearwire to customers in the Denver area, under its Xfinity Internet 2go brand.
In Colorado, the Cleawire network covers approximately 2 million people in the greater Denver metro area and communities including Fort Collins, Loveland and Boulder. Clearwire began selling service in Denver under its Clear brand in December.
Comcast markets Xfinity Internet 2go as an extension of its wired broadband service.
The MSO offers three mobile broadband tiers: Xfinity Internet 2go Metro, a 4G-only data service; Internet 2go Nationwide, which uses a 3G-only data card that operates on Sprint's national 3G network; and Internet 2go Nationwide Preferred (4G/3G) service, which delivers 4G service plus access to Sprint's national 3G network.
The MSO's pricing for starts at $25 per month for the 3G-only plan for the first 12 months as an add-on to wired broadband service. The 3G/4G plan is $40 per month for 12 months bundled with broadband.
Clearwire advertises its Clear service as providing download speeds of 3 to 6 Megabits per second -- with bursts of more than 10 Mbps -- and uploads up to 1 Mbps.
Comcast is an investor in Clearwire, which is majority-owned by Sprint and also has received funding from Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Intel and Google.
Other areas Comcast currently resells the Clearwire WiMax service include: Atlanta, Chicago, Baltimore, Boston, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Philadelphia, Houston, Washington, D.C., Sacramento, Calif., Hartford, Conn., Wilmington, Del., Miami and Orlando, Fla.
Comcast provides more information on Xfinity Internet 2go at www.comcast.com/2go.
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