Verizon Wireless Debuts Femtocell Product
Verizon Wireless has begun offering a femtocell called the Network Extender. The Extender provides extended cellular network coverage in the home (approx. 5,000 square feet) through a subscriber's broadband (DSL, cable or fiber) connection. The Extender costs $250, which the users must pay in full, though there are no monthly costs associated with using it. The Extender only provides CDMA 1xRTT coverage for voice and NationalAccess data. It does not support EVDO or GPS services, such as V CAST Music or Verizon Navigator. It will only work with Verizon Wireless subscribers. It can be purchased online or by calling Verizon Wireless telesales.
Requires GPS connection, not just internet...
AT&T comes in last again....
2nd - Sprint gets the "AirRave"
3rd - Verizon introduces this equivalent
4th? AT&T, with your copper and DSL, will you have a femtocell soon? The only requests I get for repeaters lately all have iPhones and I have to tell them their company is the only one without a >$200 solution
As someone who lives in a nigh-unto-signal-proof house, I'm very happy to have one.
Anyone tried it?
no need for this
now i wanna hear the verizon people say... ooooo yeah thats awesome!!! im gunna get one right away because i think my **** and my network dont stink because were always better then everyonecause a commercial tells me so...
has this website really turned people into phonegeeks that all they do is flame someone here becasue they dont know where else to turn thier anger to.
im sorry, but everytime i come to this site to see any type of conversation about any other carrier benefiting something the verizon gang comes up and fla...
no monthly costs
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