Verizon Quietly Building Out Rev. A
Dec 13, 2006, 4:04 PM by (staff)
A Verizon spokesman today revealed that the carrier has quietly been upgrading its high speed EV-DO data network to Revision A. The carrier has "had a number of communities lit up with Rev. A for a few months, and expect to introduce a first PC card in the coming weeks." Rumors have been mounting that the carrier could introduce its first Revision A data card as early as this week along with an announcement of the upgraded cities. However Verizon has said it will not officially announce Rev. A until a significant number of cities have been upgraded.
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We all knew that. Sprint people just don't want to believe it.
EVDO Terms of Service: Not allowed... Legal downloading or streaming music/movies/radio, VoIP, online games, webcams, among other things are "officially" not allowed. Verizon has sent letters to some users for TOS violation with specific dat...
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Is there a list of Rev-A cities yet?
Let us compare broadband coverage shall we
http://www1.sprintpcs.com/explore/coverage/NatwideNe ... »
Now what corner of hell do you stay in and can get better broadband service with squint?
sprint took a half year to get rev. a up and running, verizon two.
sprint not planning on massive expansion of evdo service (they want to upgrade current system to rev. a)
verizon evdo expansion over 100 cities, rev a.
will also be rolled out into the new markets as well as the old.
Why Bring It Up At All?
Cingy with their family share data plans...
VZW has some big bombs too..
Most of the recent EV-DO areas have been rev A.
Also of note vzw has not updated thier claims on the size of the evdo network. They have new markets launching almost every day.
bombs first of the year.....can't wait.
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