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Clear canceled my service because of streaming videos – User Submission by Dan E>

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

Not wanting to pay the monopolistic cable or bell companies I signed up with Clear. A few months ago, I got a Roku for my TV because I wanted to be able to use Netflix and Hulu to watch movies and TV shows. After a few months of ...

Clearwire WhitePaper – Summary of 2.5GHz EBS Spectrum

Friday, January 28th, 2011

I received this submission a couple days ago from Brad Bowman , with a PDF submission as well as a link to an article he wrote. Here is a short summary of the report: Exploitation of the past FCC’s policy and rules encompassing acquisition and subsequent lack of deployment of our regional ...

The Truth about Clearwire from a former employee – Former Employee Submission by James W.

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

I worked at one of two company owned and operated call centers as a tech support representative. The first thing is I want to say is this company has blood on their hands. I worked in their sweat shop for 6 months and it was the most stressful and disorganized ...

Worst Internet – User Submission by Gary H.

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

I have had 4 different internet services since the mid nineties. AOL, Quest, Comcast and Clear (Clearwire). Clearwire is by far the most disappointing and frustrating ISP I have had. That includes the dial up from AOL that I had 15 years ago! I wish I ...

Notes on California bay area build-out – User Submission

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Clearwire is in the process now of building out the San Francisco Bay Area market and I recently worked in their Walnut Creek project office (2999 Oak Road, Suite 110 Walnut Creek, CA 94597). This office is in charge of site development (i.e. leasing, permitting and building the sites). They ...