Sprint Begins Selling EV-DO Card
Mar 3, 2005, 2:41 PM by (staff)
Sprint will begin selling the Sierra Wireless Aircard 580 EV-DO data card today through business sales channels, however the carrier has not yet launched EV-DO any markets. Sprint said it will announce EV-DO pricing in the near future, and still plans on launching the high-speed data service in select major markets by mid-year, expanding to most major markets by year's end. Subscribers who buy the card will be logging on via Sprint's existing 1xRTT network in the meantime.
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What is a EV-DO card?
EV-DO is equivalant to broadband speed...
Pretend you need a wireless card NOW - and all they have is the normal 1xRTT. So you buy it (there goes a chunk of cash) and in six months a much faster...
HeroPsychoDreamer said:What does it matter?...
What's the point of launching an EV-DO card if you don't even offer the service yet and aren't going to for another half a year? Sounds pretty senseless and pointless to me.
If I were a business customer (which this is clearly ai...