Alltel Begins EV-DO Rollout
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Mar 28, 2005, 2:20 PM by (staff)
Alltel today launched CDMA EV-DO high speed wireless data service in three cities. Subscribers in Tampa, Florida and Cleveland and Akron, Ohio will be able to get unlimited high speed data on their laptops for $70 a month. Similar service from other carriers costs about $80. The PC Card modem required to access the service will cost $160 with a two year contract or $220 with a one year agreement. The carrier has not yet announced plans for expanding the high speed network or offering the service on handsets.
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Cingular In Trouble
That means verizon, alltel, and sprint will whip cingular on data thus helping them steal voice customers from cingular as well.
The safe/low risk path (GSM to UMTS) is screwing cingular/att in this case.
I'm not sure I can make the connection there.
Docomo's HSDPA is delayed and it seems likely that cingular will be unable to have hsdpa up and running with adequate supply of handsets and/or data cards until late 2006.
That means verizon, alltel, and sprint will
Alltel is using their own EVDO service, not Verizon's.
I wonder if Verizon, Sprint and Alltel will ever put in data roaming agreements similar to what Cingular and the GSM carriers do.
off topic, just a little help please