Like Comcast, Time Warner Cable is reselling Clearwire Mobile WiMax service and bundling it with the company's existing broadband, TV and VoIP services. Back in October
, the company indicated that they'd be launching their incarnation of the service starting December 1 in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Charlotte and Greensboro. Now, the company is indicating that they'll also be launching the service in Dallas starting December 1
. Pricing for the "up to 6 Mbps" service ranges from $39.95 a month to $79.95 a month depending on you bundling options, and comes in three flavors:Road Runner Mobile 4G National Elite
: gives customers unlimited access to both Time Warner Cable`s 4G Mobile Network and Sprint's 3G EVDO network for $79.95 if you're a Roadrunner Standard or Turbo customers.Road Runner Mobile 4G Elite
: gives customers unlimited access to the Time
Warner Cable 4G Mobile Network for $49.95 if you're already a Roadrunner Standard or Turbo customer.Road Runner Mobile 4G Choice
: gives customers access to the Time Warner Cable 4G Mobile Network for $39.95 if you're already bundling at least two
Time Warner Cable services. The tier also caps usage at 2GB per month.
Users get additional discounts if they're triple play customers. According to Time Warner Cable, they'll be expanding the service into Honolulu and Maui later this year, and into San Antonio and Austin in early 2010.