Those "early adopters" are being offered a monthly rate of $35, which expires in two months and reverts to the standard $55 rate. Additionally, the first 20 customers (of a city with over eight million people) who bite on that deal will get a free WiMAX USB modem that toggles between 4G and 3G networks. That costs $115 on its own.
NYC is still listed as a "future Clear city" on the company's coverage map and while there's no official date for completion, it's safe to assume things will be up and running by the end of the year.
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