Sprint Matches Verizon's EVDO Price Drop
$60 unlimited if you're a mobile phone user
Last week Verizon announced
that they had lowered the price of their unlimited EVDO wireless broadband service to $60, provided you were a Verizon wireless phone subscriber. Though Sprint is still trying to deploy service, they've apparently matched the price drop, notes the Kansas City Star
. Like with the Verizon price-drop, you only get the $60 deal if you're a Sprint wireless phone user.
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| |said by B:I agree that VZW and Cingular (who is still charging $80/mo for EDGE!!!) gouge PDA users.
Verizon Wireless customers with an EVDO phone pay "only" $45, but that's equally ridiculous for sporadic web browsing and e-mail for a phone.
Unfortunately, to keep Verizon's superior cell coverage in a "converged" device, that's the insane price Verizon gets away with charging (and for even simpler BlackBerry use too!).
Most of the Treo and BB users I know are on SPCS and T-Mobile (I'm on the latter), and the few that are on Cingular are considering switching to T-Mobile No one I know dares use a PDA on VZW because of the gigantic gaps in their data coverage...
"it seems like all you ever buy is Abercrombie and cell phones" --a friend
said by mobile internet :
Well I'm one of those users o.
so i have to ask,, how do you maintain a signal? and have u had your speed upload and down load checked out.
I just purchased mine yesterday and set it up and slow, slow, slow, and signal comes and goes.
did u have problems at the beginning with yours. mine is nextel wifi.