Like Comcast, Time Warner Cable has partnered with Clearwire to offer consumers bundles of mobile wireless broadband service. When launched, pricing was rather high
, though we have seen some efforts to implement three month introductory pricing
. In their earnings report yesterday however Time Warner Cable noted that they have just 15,000 WiMax users at this point, something that disappoints the company
. "We're trying different models, different products," says CEO Glenn Britt of wireless. "And to date, I would say our results are not very impressive and pretty inconclusive, so we're going to stick with it for a while." You'll recall of course the Clearwire partnership was a replacement for the cable industry's failed Pivot strategy
, which involved offering resold Sprint wireless services.