Verizon rolls out EVDO Rev A card

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Tim Higgins

The Sierra card is fully compatible with Verizon Wireless’ current EV-DO and CDMA 1X networks, so customers purchasing the card now will be able to take advantage of the benefits of Revision A when and where it becomes available. A simple over-the-air download will expand the capabilities of the card to accommodate Rev A speeds.

The AirCard 595 PC card is available now online at www.verizonwireless.com for $99.99 after a $50 rebate with a new two year customer agreement. The card will be in Verizon Wireless communications stores by "mid January".

For a limited time, Verizon Wireless customers with a new or existing voice plan can get unlimited BroadbandAccess service for Internet browsing, e-mail and intranet access for $59.99/month with a new two-year customer agreement. For non-voice customers, BroadbandAccess is available for $79.99/month access with a new one- or two-year customer agreement.

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