U.S. Cellular Launches BREW
Sep 22, 2003, 11:01 AM by (staff)
U.S. Cellular today announced easyedge(SM), its new wireless data service based on 1xRTT and BREW technologies. The service includes high-speed mobile Internet access for laptops, as well as easy access to online news, stock quotes, games and e-mail downloaded directly to wireless handsets via BREW. The modem service will be available this month in east Tennessee, Chicago, Wisconsin and Iowa. The BREW phone service will be available east Tennessee and Iowa this month; Wisconsin, Chicago, and central/western Illinois in October; and Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Indiana and New England in November. By the end of 2003, U.S. Cellular will provide this service to more than 75 percent of its customers.
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