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Clearwire announced today the availability of its first Clearwire PC card in its markets across the U.S.

The card expands the company’s product portfolio to provide greater portability, requiring only the power provided by the customer’s notebook computer. Clearwire uses Motorola’s pre-WiMAX OFDM technology to provide up to 2.0 Mbps download / 256k upload speeds.

The card is currently available in all Clearwire markets via authorized local retailers and national partners, Best Buy and Circuit City. Customers can also purchase the card online at www.clearwire.com or by calling 1-888-CLEARWIRE. Service plans for the Clearwire pc card start at $59.99 a month with a pc card lease fee of $6.99 a month.

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