We’re in the year of 4G. As 2010 is just kicking off, we’ve already got so many things to look forward to when it comes to the next generation of wireless speeds. Time Warner wants to make sure that its business class of customers are taken care of when they’re out and about, and there’s no better way to do that than to provide their own 4G data card.
It’s just a USB drive that will connect you to Time Warner’s wireless 4G network. However, right this moment, the service has only been launched in certain cities inside the Texas state line. Inside Time Warner’s 4G service area, customers can see download speeds up to 6 Mbps. Though, luckily enough, if you manage to find your way out of that 4G service area, you’ll still get access to 3G speeds. So, where are those areas? 4G service is available in Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi, and Wichita Falls.
But, there’s good news here, bundled up with the rest of the good news. While the Business Class 4G Wireless data service is being launched in Texas, you’ll be able to access Time Warner’s 4G network outside of Texas, too. Those markets are: Charlotte, Raleigh, and Greensboro, North Carolina, as well as Honolulu and Maui, Hawai’i. Even better, if you find yourself outside of the Time Warner 4G footprint, you can still access 4G speeds in cities like Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, and Houston. Time Warner hopes to roll out to Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C., later in the year as well, amongst other cities.
[via Hot Hardware]