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Leap Will Upgrade To EV-DO in 2006

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Sep 26, 2005, 4:53 PM   by (staff)

Leap Wireless today committed to upgrading their Cricket and Jump networks to EV-DO high speed data in 2006. The carrier believes they can upgrade their entire network for less than $475 million, allowing them to maintain their low prices while offering new services. To take advantage of the faster data capabilities, Leap signed with content provider Motricity to provide games, ringtones and music downloads for the new network.




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Sep 26, 2005, 10:41 PM

poor poor gsm

wow verizon, sprint, altell, and not even leap wireless. all have evdo which totaly blows gprs or edge out of ther water.

what ever will poor out dated antiquated gsm carriers like cingular and tmob do to compeate?

Sep 26, 2005, 5:01 PM


That's all I can say really. EV-DO, and unlimited calling/data features. 😳 😳 😳
Rathrok said:
That's all I can say really. EV-DO, and unlimited calling/data features. 😳 😳 😳

Unlimited calling I can understand from a carrier such as this one...but unlimited data on a brand new EVDO net...

Sep 26, 2005, 5:41 PM

Leap has finally amazed me

This is so funny, it made me laugh but I pat them on the back for actually doing something t-mobile could not do..lol Cricket has by far the worst customer service... same goes with some of their customers... I am glad I do not sell them any more.
what do u mean the worst customers? 👿

Sep 26, 2005, 5:49 PM

who again?

oh, ya. those guys. the ones you cant get a voice call to go thru on. they should have no problem implementing high speed data. 🙄
w/e...i have cricket and it rocks! they have the lowest cost plans and u get just as much as the others. u have to admit they have imporoved alot of this past year. better phones, roaming, prepaid, ev-do to come next year.
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