Verizon 3G Launch Details
Jan 28, 2002, 2:09 AM by (staff)
Verizon is preparing to launch its new 3G cdma2000 1xRTT network this week. The new service will be called Express network, and will offer Internet access for laptops and handhelds at speeds up to 144 Kbps. Coverage includes the northeast from Norfolk, VA to Portland, ME, and the areas surrounding San Francisco and Salt Lake City. The service will cost $30/month, in addition to regular plan charges, including airtime minutes while using the service. The Sierra Wireless AirCard 555 PC Card and Kyocera 2235 phone will be available for use with the service.
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