Clearwire to retain “unlimited” data plans

According to gizmodo clearwire is to keep their “unlimited” data pricing structure.

However, clearwire is not unlimited but rather “unlimited”. If you look closely at their TOS it states they can throttle or cut your service for “excessive” use. What is considered excessive? Clearwire won’t tell. Thus I use “unlimited” when referring to their data plans.

http://gizmodo.com/5555898/clearwire-were-going-to-keep-unlimited-data-plans-alive