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Like everyone else, I rejoiced at the price cuts introduced by Verizon’s new EVDO service. I missed reading the fine print, but Mike did not. “If you want the $60/price you have to be a Verizon Wireless voice customer as well. Otherwise it’s back at the […]

Like everyone else, I rejoiced at the price cuts introduced by Verizon’s new EVDO service. I missed reading the fine print, but Mike did not. “If you want the $60/price you have to be a Verizon Wireless voice customer as well. Otherwise it’s back at the $80 price point,” he writes. Yikes!

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  1. I just got a V620 today for $60/mo without having to become a voice customer. However, I had to buy the v620 card for $100, instead of $50 (I think that was because the rebate offer had expired though).

  2. Jesse Kopelman Tuesday, August 30, 2005

    This is not as galling as the bundled DSL thing. EVDO is not good enough to support high quality VoIP, so you can’t use it in place of standard mobile voice. VoIP on DSL is good enough to replace your POTS line, however.

  3. not only that.. we have clients who HAVE verizon cell service BUT.. their usage is TOO HIGH for the Unlimited plan… hmmm… am i missing something? bob of http://evdo-coverage.blogspot.com

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