Tuesday, July 05, 2005

PC Cellular Air Cards Now Free

Where do you go when you want wireless broadband Internet access and you're nowhere near a WiFi hotspot? Why, to your cellular service provider, of course. Cell phones are ubiquitous for mobile voice service. Almost as ubiquitous, but not as well known, are cellular data services.

Verizon Wireless Internet access for cell phones and computers as an additional or alternative service. Yes, you can sign up for cellular based Internet service to give your notebook computer email and web access without buying the traditional cell phone service. Even better, the adaptor card you need is now free after rebate when you sign up for new service through our cellular store.

Verizon Wireless offers their EV-DO broadband service with unlimited data usage. This service offers higher bandwidths in the major cities where EV-DO is deployed. Maximum download speed is rated at 2.4 Mbps, with typical speeds of 400 to 800 Kbps and bursts up to 2.0 Mbps. Elsewhere, the service falls back to the more readily available 1XRTT NationalAccess rated at 144 Kbps with typical download speeds of 70 to 80 Kbps.

If you need readily available mobile wireless Internet access to support your business needs, such as a mobile sales force, this is the option you need to cut the dial-up phone, DSL and Cable Internet cords. Check the coverage maps for this service to be sure there is coverage in the areas where you spend most of your time.

You can also view all of the cellular phone and cellular data offers we have available by vising Cell Phone Plans Finder and browsing through the services and available phones. Please note that these offers are subject to change at any time. If you want one of these special offers, order now.

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