Wednesday, October 01, 2003

PCWorld.com - Verizon Wireless Hits Higher Speeds

PCWorld.com - Verizon Wireless Hits Higher Speeds: "The service, which will be available throughout Verizon's Washington, D.C., and San Diego metropolitan coverage areas, will offer typical rates of 300 kilobits per second to 500 kbps, with burst rates up to 2 mbps, according to Andrea Linskey, a spokesperson for Verizon, in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Those speeds will be available to customers whether they are sitting in one place or moving in a vehicle, she said.
Customers will pay $79.99 per month for unlimited use, she said. The PC5220 access card from Sierra Wireless, for use in the PC Card slot of a notebook PC, will cost $149 after a $100 mail-in rebate, she said."

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