News by Todd Haselton on Wednesday January 13, 2010.
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Sprint today announced that it is cutting the monthly subscription price for its Sprint 4G WiMAX network to $59.99, a $10 decrease, in an effort to attract more customers.
The pricing change came along with the release of Sprint's new Overdrive 3G/4G modem. Overdrive lets up to five different users share a single mobile broadband connection by broadcasting its own WiFi signal.
Some sites are reporting on a budding rumor that Sprint may be working with Wal-Mart to expand WiMAX coverage to more locations. Sprint's WiMAX network is operated by Clearwire and is currently available in 27 markets across the United States.
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