Clearwire, Comcast, Sprint expand WiMAX in Pittsburgh

At least one of Clearwire's (Nasdaq: CLWR) cable partners--Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA)--continues to expand its mobile 4G WiMAX service as part of an expanded wireless data plan.

Clearwire, along with Comcast and majority owner Sprint (NYSE: S), said they are offering more access to (pick one) CLEAR, Xfinity Internet 2go, and Sprint 4G to 10,591 additional people in the Pittsburgh area. The new coverage makes service available to 830,000 people in the Steel City.

"The expansion of Xfinity Internet 2go in Pittsburgh is another example of our focus in providing customers with an enhanced experience," Jim Semaha, senior vice president of Comcast's Keystone Region said in a three-company news release.

For more:
- see this news release

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