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    Able to get free 4G? I got me an idea

    So I have been dicking around with the wife's new evo 4g and doing a lot of reading. I see that you are able to set it up on clearwire and get 4g service. I know netzero is now offering 4g service for a low cost or free.

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    If you buy the USB modem you can get 200MB of data a month for free. This last for 1 year.
    Now I sure dont want to violate any terms of the forums and if I am please admin remove this post.
    If you bought a netzero modem for 100 bucks and used the free service, could you dump the wimax Realm onto your phone and use the service.
    I know a few more things are tied into it, anyone see an issue so far?

    Does anyone see where I am going with this?


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    Yes thurs is old I seen it on xda a long time ago. From what I hear, it works. But 200mb? Might as well stick with sprints "unlimited" data. Also this is great for people who have cricket "MY CRICKET EVO HAS 4G!!!"

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    What I am saying is no need to pay for clearwire like lots of other people are doing to get 4G.
    If you are in a area like me then 4g can be a little spotty. Are you not willing to pay 50 bucks a year for 4g?

 

 

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