Clearwire launches Rover brand, offers Rover Puck WiFi Hotspot and Rover Stick USB Modem

Clearwire Rover Stick USB Modem

Clearwire Rover Puck WiFi Hotspot

Clearwire launches the new Rover brand, the first pay-as-you-go 4G mobile broadband service in the US for tech-savvy Gen Y customers. Along side with the introduction of the new service, Clearwire also unveils the Rover Puck portable WiFi hotspot and the Rover Stick 4G USB modem. Rover is priced at $5/day, $20/week, or $50/month for unlimited 4G internet usage.

The Rover Puck is a round-shape device supporting Clearwire’s WiMAX 4G service offering 3-6 Mbps download average download speed. It supports 802.11b/g/n WiFi standard and WEP, WPA, WPA2, and is able to share 4G connection to up to 8 WiFi-enabled devices.

Clearwire Rover Stick USB Modem

The Rover Stick, on the other hand, is a personal 4G USB modem that connects any notebook, laptop or desktop to the Rover 4G Service. It is compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7 as well as Mac OS X-running MacBook and MacBook Pro.



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