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WSJ.com: The new Verizon EV-DO network is a very good thing, and it’s a great addition to a laptop or PDA. But until Verizon and other carriers allow regular phones to have more computerlike capabilities, wireless broadband won’t matter much for average cellphone users.

WSJ.com: The new Verizon EV-DO network is a very good thing, and it’s a great addition to a laptop or PDA. But until Verizon and other carriers allow regular phones to have more computerlike capabilities, wireless broadband won’t matter much for average cellphone users.

  1. He should check the latest Pocket PC Phone Edition from Verizon, announced today (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=3817), available from January 2005.

    The same model is available in New Zealand for a month now and we have a review up (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=3705). In average I have 500kbps where I live, but sometimes I can get up to 1mbps downtown.

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