Upon purchasing either device, you'll receive two days of service to test things out, after which it costs $5 a day, $20 per week, or $50 per month for unlimited bandwidth. It's worth noting that the devices can't connect to 3G, so you're out of luck if you wander outside of Clear's 4G coverage. The press release cites speeds of 3Mb/s to 6Mb/s on average, with bursts surpassing 10Mb/s.
If you know you'll need coverage for a while, SlashGear reports that you can buy a Rover and pay for 12 months of WiMAX upfront for $500 ($100 off) with the coupon code "Crazy."
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