Never use Clear. I have lost the internet connection so many times since 5/27/10 it's not fun anymore to use Clear. They just don't know how to fix the problem. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 03/01/2011Add reply
They promised it would be great.. So we started our business trusting them.
2 Replies - Latest reply on 04/07/2011Add reply
As we went on, the phones wouldn't work, we had interruptions and slow downs. when due to a change in credit card information the bill was late we had to fight to get back on the internet.
All they had to say was "To bad"
Try to find an alternative. At this point dail-up would be a better choice.
CLEAR - Highway Robbers
My story is not one that ends happily. On 09/24/2010 I entered Best Buy (store number 372) in search of on the go internet service. I was assisted by a young man in the CLEAR section of the store. I was ... read full review
This was the worst service I ever had. I lost my phone connections multiple times mid conversation. The internet service went out all the time. I also could not use my phone and wireless at the same time. The phone caused my internet service to stop. When I cancelled and request a refund for the service since it was not reliable, they informed me that they do not provide refunds. I would recommend everyone stay away from this unreliable company.Add reply
Clear Works Well
After seeing commercials for clear I decided to take the plunge. I talked to salespeople at Fry's and called the local sales representative Although my address was NOT recognized by their coverage ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 04/14/2011
This is my opinion.
1 Replies - Latest reply on 10/01/2009Add reply
The Executive Team is strong. The product 4G, is going be the first wireless 4G network available in SOME cities.
Bad Customer service. Poor Quality for the first few years. The launch of this company has been rapid. As a result, customer service is going to be similar to that of Sprint when they started. Sprint, incidentally, is a partner of Clear. This new technology will take some time to iron the bugs out. As a result, another company with larger infrastructure and better technology will eventually acquire Clear. As for the customers, well who cares...