Clearwire, Sprint and Time Warner Cable announced today that they will be launching their 4G service in New York City on November 1, 2010. Isn’t this just what some of us wanted to hear? Also, in separate announcements, Clearwire and Sprint then spoke of the upcoming launch of 4G service in the San Francisco Bay and Los Angeles areas. According to Clearwire, by the end of 2010 the 4G network is also expected to be available in other major metropolitan areas such as Denver, Miami, Cincinnati and Cleveland.

Clearwire will partner with Sprint and Time Warner for the New York launch, with Comcast and Sprint in San Francisco, and with Sprint in Los Angeles according to PCMag.

Once available, customers in these areas will be able to increase their mobility and productivity in several ways including instantly downloading large files to get work done on the run, browsing the web hastily from any location or watching online videos and movies nearly anywhere around town. Consumers will also be able to purchase a wide range of 4G devices including: compact USB modems, WiMAX laptops and netbooks and other wireless devices, all aimed at making lives in 4G cities more efficient.

Found on Clearwires website they do offer several plans ranging from $25 to $110 per month, depending on the services you select. Keep in mind that with the 4G package you will get unlimited usage in 4G coverage areas, download speeds up to 6.0 Mbps as well as upload speeds up to 1.0 Mbps. Are you one of their consumers who have been patiently waiting for this launch? The time is near and you can soon enjoy mobile browsing at faster speeds and much more.

Source: PCMag,WSJ and Clearwire