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OK, so you’ve got the ExpressCard slot but don’t want to reuse an old PCMCIA card. No worries, we don’t judge here. It’s all good, especially if you want fast EV-DO in the Rev. A flavor for that ExpressCard port; you can do that starting today […]

OK, so you’ve got the ExpressCard slot but don’t want to reuse an old PCMCIA card. No worries, we don’t judge here. It’s all good, especially if you want fast EV-DO in the Rev. A flavor for that ExpressCard port; you can do that starting today with the V740 ExpressCard for $179.99 from Verizon Wireless. You’ll need a new two-year agreement at that price; chalk up another $50 if you fear commitment. The monthly mobility will add another $59.99 to your bill if you have a qualifying voice plan, $79.99 without. With download speeds up to to 1.4 Mbps and uploads nearly half that, isn’t your ExpressCard slot worth it?

  1. >>>OK, so you’ve got the ExpressCard slot but don’t want to reuse an old PCMCIA card. No worries, we don’t judge here.

    Stop it! You are making me break my intestines laughing!!

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  2. No sense spending $179.99, when you can get it by spending only $109.99, right? am i right?

    http://www.evdoinfo.com/content/view/1919/64/

    and we provide superior EVDO customer support.

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  3. Folks: some advice here… I’ve been gladly (I mean cheaply) using my $19.99/month data plan with T-Mobile since it came out in 2002. Its worked out fine for me, but it is SLOW. If I were to get (and pay for) a fully fledged 3G service, my options are: (i) Cingular (is it HSDPA?), and (ii) EVDO (either Verizon or Sprint). Unlimited data plans on these three carriers seem to be about the same price. Which is “best” then? I live in Miami, and coverage here seems to be more or less the same for all carriers (including my T-Mobile now).

    Thanks in advance for any comments.

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