Verizon Expands EV-DO To 14 Markets
Sep 22, 2004, 2:33 PM by (staff)
Verizon Wireless today announced the imminent launch of its BroadbandAccess wireless high-speed data service in 11 new markets, bringing the total to 14 metro areas. The new markets will come online next Monday, along with coverage at a number of airports in additional cities. BroadbandAccess uses CDMA 1xEV-DO technology, which provides typical data speeds of 300-500 kbps, comparable to DSL and cable broadband. The new cities are Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Milwaukee, New York, Philadelphia, Tampa, and West Palm Beach. San Diego, Washington DC, and Las Vegas were launched earlier this year. Verizon plans to have one-third of its network covered by the end of the year. Sprint recently announced plans to deploy the same EV-DO technology across its network.
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Any EV-DO phones?
I have to get a verizon phone for my wife, who is a medical student. Verizon is the only carrier who gets coverage inside the school/hosipital.
Nice excuse to get a ev-do phone.
To be honest, unless you're using a phone ...
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