Sprint Users Get Online In Canada and Mexico
Jun 21, 2006, 11:31 AM by (staff)
Sprint today announced data agreements that will expand their subscribers' access throughout North America. The carrier already has many voice roaming agreements in place with countries that have CDMA networks, today two data roaming agreements were announced. An agreement with Bell Canada will give Sprint users data access in large and mid-sized cities across the Eastern part of Canada including Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax and others. A separate arrangement with Iuscacell will provide roaming in major Mexican cities and tourist destinations. All Canadian cities as well as select Mexican roaming locations in the data roaming agreement have EV-DO networks.
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