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Sprint Meets Rev. A Goal

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Dec 12, 2006, 2:01 PM   by (staff)

Sprint today launched EV-DO Revision A data access in ten more metro areas, reaching its stated goal of 20 cities by the end of the year. The areas added today are: Baltimore, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, New Jersey, New York City, Philadelphia, Providence, San Francisco Bay Area and Washington DC. Airports, downtown business centers and major highways in the new cities are all covered with faster data as of today. Sprint will extend Rev. A coverage to include the entire launch cities, as well as the rest of their EV-DO network by the third quarter of 2007. Sprint's offers unlimited Revision A data to users of Windows laptops through either a USB modem PC Card for $60 per month with a 2 year contract.

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Dec 12, 2006, 2:47 PM

Pulling ahead of the competition!

Cant wait for Qchat! Go Sprint!
This is all good and well.
But until the improve their voice network then they will remain in 2nd place for CDMA.

I dont care what their TV ad's say. Sprint voice coverage falls way behind that of Verizon.
This is the good cell you have
Correct me if I'm wrong but hasn't Sprint actually lost more customers this past quarter than gained customers?

If they are pulling ahead of the competition then why aren't customers migrating from VZW and Cingular to join? Case in point is now th...

Dec 13, 2006, 6:49 PM

I would always reach my goals

If I set them as low as Sprint does! Laughing
good one. funny how you say this yet they beat everyone else to the punch. i hate radio shack too by the way.
Let me see if I get this right.
It doesn't matter what capabilities you offer to your customers, nor if your network is second only to SK Telecom's. It's about the sarcasm and absolute stupidity of these posts.
When is Verizon going to have network ...
Bubble Gum Brat

Dec 12, 2006, 9:05 PM

Dell Lets Us Build A Computer....

Eh? Why can't we choose the features our cell phone has? Wouldn't it be GREAT to be able to pick and choose features and order a phone with it custom made??? Mine would be the t619 shell and many of its features including the the Voice dialing feature, (i soooooo love that "2 2 2") the cartoon images templates, tons of memory, caller id voice notes, huge display, front display that lights up WITHOUT having to apply 49 tons of psi pressure, and i sooooo love the menu shortcuts, all you have to do is type 3 digits and YOU'RE THERE!!! (Now if i could ONLY memorize them!) Do you think there's any chance that will happen anytime soon, or am i just destined to "roam the planet forever in search of the perfect cell phone??!!!"
that would be cool, but i don't think it would ever happen sadly

Dec 12, 2006, 7:05 PM

Effect phones?

Now does this affect any of thge phones for sprint that have powervison?

I have the Fusic? Will the data speeds be faster now or?

Can someone fill me in on this? thank you!
Nope, a phone will have to come out and specifically say it is Rev. A capable.
Wireless Buddy

Dec 12, 2006, 3:12 PM

ok so now what?

So now I finally have Rev. A in my area. If I buy a 700p will it use Rev A or Rev 0?

Dec 12, 2006, 4:21 PM

Correction to article

Sprint's unlimited aircard packages are $79.99 unless you have an existing sprint mobile device which then brings it to $59.99... it has to have a 1 to 1 ratio... 1 aircard to 1 cell phone and you can get the unlimited data for $59.99....
undrgrnd said:
Sprint's unlimited aircard packages are $79.99 unless you have an existing sprint mobile device which then brings it to $59.99... it has to have a 1 to 1 ratio... 1 aircard to 1 cell phone and you can get the unlimit
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