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Verizon Adds Kyocera EV-DO Data Card

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Apr 18, 2005, 1:09 PM   by (staff)

Verizon has added a laptop data card from Kyocera to their EV-DO high speed data lineup. The carrier already offers data cards from Novatel and Audiovox, however the Kyocera card has a more adjustable antenna. Early reports from testers also claim that the Kyocera card averages higher and more consistent data speeds as well. The card is available for $100 after rebate with a 2 year service contract. Broadband Access, Verizon's unlimited high speed data package, costs $80 per month.

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