Comcast Corporation recently began offering its High-Speed 2go service in 10 additional markets. Baltimore, Richmond and Washington D.C. all now can experience 4G speeds from Comcast. It will also offer the services in the Pennsylvania markets of Harrisburg, York, Scranton, Reading, Lancaster, State College and Lebanon.
The High-Speed to go offers both 3G and 4G coverage in the available markets. The service will be bundled with their Internet, phone and television services. It’s mobile broadband internet wherever customers need it.
“The world-class services Comcast is known for in the home are beginning to be extended to anywhere consumers work, live and play with the launch of Comcast’s High-Speed 2go mobile solution,” Rick Lang, senior vice president of marketing and sales for Comcast’s Eastern Division, said, “Comcast continues to drive innovation in the industry and this launch gives customers the best of both worlds — the fastest fast at home and on the go as a natural extension of our super fast wired high-speed Internet.”
The High-Speed 2go Nationwide Preferred wireless data card operates on both the 3G/4G networks and splits between the two networks. Comcast is now offering a 4G only data cards in Philadelphia as High-Speed 2go Metro service. It’s the fastest mobile Internet connection available when in market.
Comcast uses Sprint’s 3G network when not covered by the 4G connection. Comcast was also an investor in Clearwire. Google, Brighthouse Networks and Sprint also invested money into the 4G network builder. Clearwire is the company that sets up the 4G networks using WiMAX technology. If CLEAR isn’t in the market, then Comcast can’t offer the 4G connection. The company offers different devices, including CLEAR spots, mobile routers. They’re the only 4G operator that offers home modems along with a series of USB modems. Sprint owns a majority share in Clearwire, but… Read the rest