I think I'm getting screwed. I have an Epic 4G which I think uses WiMax for its 4G technology. Now, Sprint's senior networks VP Bob Azzi has said in a presentation that WiMax is coming to an end on the Sprint network. Sprint will no longer be launching any WiMax devices but instead will be rolling the effort in to the LTE rollout.
"The technology works and delivers more benefits than we expected," he said. Some of these benefits would most likely involve lower cost. The project is consolidating the voice, 3G, and 4G access sites into a single site. This is expected to cut prices in half for voice and data. The switch in device types should occur quickly. 15 are expected by the end of the year, with the first about next week in the form of the HTC Evo One.
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