Clearwire, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Sprint have announced plans to launch their respective 4G mobile Internet services to additional cities in the summer of 2010.

Each of the companies will offer 4G under their own 4G brand: Clearwire to offer CLEAR, Comcast to offer Comcast High-Speed 2go, Time Warner Cable to offer Road Runner Mobile, and Sprint to offer Sprint 4G.?

The companies plan to launch 4G mobile broadband services this summer in the following cities: Daytona, Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa, FL; Kansas City, KS; Nashville, TN; St. Louis, MO; Salt Lake City, UT; Merced, Modesto, Stockton, and Visalia, CA; Wilmington, DE; Grand Rapids, MI; Rochester and Syracuse, NY; Eugene, OR; and Yakima and Tri-Cities, WA.

Consumers and businesses should expect to see additional network expansions throughout these cities, and a wide-range of independent marketing and advertising initiatives.

Earlier this week Clearwire announced it was expanding its CLEAR service to central Pennsylvania. (For more, click here).

Clearwire and Sprint customers will also be able to purchase a wide range of 4G devices, including compact USB modems and other wireless devices.

The Daily


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