Clearwire today announced it has launched wireless 4G service in Miami, Los Angeles, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio.
As Enterprise Mobile Today reports, the network expansion means more than 103 million Americans now have a high-speed alternative to other broadband providers.
The company also said it plans to begin offering commercial 4G service in the San Francisco Bay Area by year’s end.
Customers in the new markets can access service that delivers 6 Mbps download speeds and up to 1 Mbps upload speeds for $25 a month.
Clearwire this week rolled out its 4G mobile broadband service to five new markets just in time for the expected Cyber Monday shopping frenzy.
Company officials said service is now available in Los Angeles, Miami, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, bringing its total number of metropolitan markets covered to 68.