Kajeet, which offers cell phone service for kids that includes parental controls and location tracking, has struck a wholesale agreement to use Clearwire’s 4G mobile broadband network.

“Adding a 4G mobile broadband product with Clearwire gives our customers new connectivity options and allows Kajeet to expand our mobile service offerings so that we continue to lead in the creation and delivery of mobile solutions that are great for kids, families and educators,” said Kajeet CEO and co-founder Daniel Neal.

Kajeet offers service plans ranging from $5 to $50 per month, utilizing Android phones like the Samsung Seek or LG Remarq.

Clearwire’s wholesale revenue dipped during the third quarter, down 15 percent compared to the same period last year. The company ended the third quarter with 10.5 million total subscribers, of which 9.1 million were considered wholesale, largely from its agreement with Sprint. It reported 489,000 wholesale net subscriber losses during third quarter.

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