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Many industry watchers feel that the 4G wireless internet service like that currently being offered by Clearwire and planned by other carriers is the wave of the future. This super fast wireless internet connection provides a number of important benefits over DSL and cable internet service, including faster speeds, greater stability and enhanced security features.

Clearview recently announced plans to offer a 4G wireless handset later in 2010. The new WiMax handsets are expected to be available to retail customers throughout the nation later in the year. The first of these devices will be powered by the Google Android system, and it will feature both 3G and 4G capabilities. Built by Samsung, this device is said to be optimized for high quality video streaming, as well as communication of both voice and data. nokia e63 2 smartphone device is built by HTC, and it is also a 3G and 4G enabled device. Both of these handsets are expected to be compatible with both the Spring networks and the Clearwire network.

Clearwire is quickly becoming a formidable player in the 4G and 3G wireless marketplaces. In public statements Clearwire has said that it expects future wireless devices to focus more on data and less on voice, and the company is positioning itself to take advantage of that transition. While it is true that Clearview does not have a voice network of its own, it is also true that the company should be able to use the high capacity of its WiMax network to deliver not only nokia e63 2 unlocked bluetooth stereo headphones but VoIP services as well.

Of course that does not mean that other carriers are not getting into the 4G game as well. Spring is expected to introduce a number of wireless 4G devices as well. In fact Sprint recently unveiled further details about its highly anticipated 4G wireless device – the HTC Evo Smartphone. The device is expected to launch nationwide on June 4, 2010.

Sprint is billing this phone as BlackBerry Curve 8520 and many industry analysts expect that the device will live up to its hype. The HTC Evo is built ion the Android platform, and it features an easy to use touch screen, along with not one but two cameras and the ability to record high quality HD video. Smartphone users can also easily share the video they capture using the built in file sharing capabilities on this 4G enabled device. The HTC Evo also includes the ability to have simultaneous voice and data streaming, meaning users can surf the web and talk on the phone at the same time. A handy HEMI interface is also included on the phone.

Sprint has also revealed the pricing for its new 4G enabled Smartphone. The HTC Evo will be priced at $299.99, or $199.99 after the $100 mail in rebate the company will be offering. That price requires the standard two year service agreement common for smart phones of this kind. That standard service agreement is Sprint’s Everything Data or their Business Advantage Messaging and Data plans – these plans start at $69.99 a month and come with unlimited internet surfing, calling and texting on the Sprint network.

Whether consumers choose the Clearwire 4G smartphone or its Sprint competitor, one thing is clear – 4G is the wave of the future, promising to not just revolutionize the world of smartphones and cellular communication but how we communicate as well. The days when cell phones were primarily about voice are long over – these days data is king, and the provider who is best able to seamlessly integrate data, voice and internet is likely to succeed in the long run.

Things You Should Think About When Considering Ditching Your Land Line. In the early part of the 20th century, a phone in the house was considered to be a luxury. Fast forward to the 21st century, and a home phone is sometimes considered a liability. Among 20-somethings, home phones are no longer fashionable. These enterprising young people have opted to rip out their phone cords and go completely cellular. It's not surprising, considering the fact that cell phones are considered to be a mandatory accessory for many young professionals, while land lines are often thought to be an antiquated, unnecessary expense.

Pulling the Plug on Telemarketing One of the major disadvantages of a home phone is the constant barrage of telemarketing calls you receive. Such calls inevitably occur right around dinner time, interrupting your schedule and leaving you frustrated and irritated. With a cell phone, however, you will be freed from such interruptions. Therefore, you won't have to worry about the "spam calls" that could plague you at home.






 
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