I have considered switching but the only problem is that I always seem to move to the edges of the coverage area where speeds cannot be guaranteed or there is no tower there yet. I haven't yet had the nerve to complete the switch.
The one thing I would do though is see if you can't find a coverage map for your area and make sure you are fully inside the good coverage zones. That helped me know NOT to choose it yet. Do not do it just on the say-so of a salesman. The local Clear website usually has a coverage map but it may take some poking around to find it.
I have Clear as well. It's mostly reliable (almost rain every storm, we lose internet), but not much faster than a good dial up. When it is down, we log onto Linksys, which is free. I am thinking of just using that and getting rid of Clear.
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