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MobileTracker points to a press release from 3G Americas that states that there are around 108 carriers looking to support EDGE, the (somewhat) higher-speed wireless connectivity technology. AT&T is planning to launch the EDGE service in some cities later this month.

MobileTracker points to a press release from 3G Americas that states that there are around 108 carriers looking to support EDGE, the (somewhat) higher-speed wireless connectivity technology. AT&T is planning to launch the EDGE service in some cities later this month.

  1. Packetologist Monday, July 19, 2004

    Good for GSM users. But by definition GSM based data speeds will have a difficult task of matching EVDO.
    Another reason customers will move to Verizon
    Also, Sprint may finally be able to take share from the TDMA/GSM carriers

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