Sprint Begins Revision A Rollout
Oct 24, 2006, 11:21 AM by (staff)
Sprint today launched EV-DO Revision A in San Diego, and with it has begun its official rollout of the faster 3G data service. Higher data speeds are now available at no additional cost to data subscribers with one of four cards: Novatel S720 and U720, Pantech PX-500, and Sierra Wireless Aircard 595. Customers with those cards can expect 450-850 kbps download and 400-700 kbps upload in San Diego. Sprint expects to launch Revision A upgrades in additional markets this year and complete their upgrade network-wide by third quarter of 2007. Sprint will launch upgraded data networks in the following cities before the end of the year: Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Denver, Detroit, Hartford, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York City, Newark/Trenton, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C.
Apple's Indoor Maps Land in 30 New Airports Around the Globe
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YouTube TV Hits 12 More Markets
YouTube TV has expanded once again to 12 new markets around the country. The additional cities of Cleveland, Denver, Greensboro, Harrisburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San Diego, and St.
Sprint's Direct 2 You Reaches Boston, Philly, Atlanta, Houston
Sprint today expanded its Direct 2 You service to Atlanta, Boston, Houston, and Philadelphia. The service is live in these cities and a number of smaller cities and towns in the surrounding areas.
YouTube TV Gains More Channels, But Still Limited to Just a Few Cities
YouTube TV recently added a handful of new channels to its monthly internet-based TV offering. Subscribers will now be able to access and watch programs on AMC, BBC America, IFC TV, Sundance TV, Telemundo, Univision, and We TV.
YouTube TV Jumps to Another 14 Markets
Google today said its YouTube TV streaming video service is expanding to 14 new markets this week, with another 17 to follow in the weeks ahead. The new markets going live today include: Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Columbus, Jacksonville-Brunswick, Las Vegas, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Seattle-Tacoma, Tampa-St.
First to REV. A
Verizon, Cingular, nobody can touch that.
And if I recall, Sprint wasn't the first to EV-Do Rev. 0, Verizon was.
I don't get you people...
If you use cingular and you're happy, GREAT! Keep using it. If your happy with sprint, GREAT! I think people should stop so blindly falling in love with products and start being wiser consumers who don't fall so easily to marketing.
Its a mat...
You catogorize all cell phone geeks together.. I have had Verizon. I have had Cingular. I've sold T-...
EV-DOr0: 400-700kbs (with burst speeds of 2mbs)
EV-DOrA: 450-800kbs (with burst speeds of 3mbs)
EVDOr0 is available to 158 Million Customers
EVDOrA will be available to 158 Million next year.
When not under EVDO coverage, expect speeds of 144kbs (1xRTT)
UMTS: 384kbs (with burst speeds of 2mbs)
EDGE is available to 250 million customers
UMTS is available to 70 million customers
By the numbers, Sprint appears to be superior.
If you have diff...
Therefore, your numbers are skewed.
What happened to "Up to 6.0 mbps"?
Only a 50mbps increase at minimum is somewhat depressing.
3.1 Mbps peak downlink is the most I've ever seen touted for rev. A, and that's been the peak rate consistently since it was announced, AFAIK. If you saw 6, it had to be a typo.
...which is more than most DS...
Sprint To Launch 4G in 2007
Date Posted: Aug 8, 2006, 12:47 PM
Source: Sprint Nextel
Sprint today announced they will roll out their 4G wireless broadband network beginning in the fourth quarter of 2007. Though it tested many
SK telecom (owner of Helio) was the first carrier to start HSDPA in the world . now the KTF (another south korea carrier will begin HSDPA nationwide in korea by next spring )
and SK will rollout 4G service around 2009, probably first in the world
Plus, I live in the US, so having a technology elsewhere doesn't really matter to me, be...