Verizon Wireless unveils faster mobile broadband service

February 2, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment
Filed Under Announcements, Wireless

Can you think of a mobile broadband service that enables its users an average download speed of 450-800 Kbits per second, and average upload speeds of 300-400 Kbits per second? Well, this is not a utopia, which is unattainable. It is a fact because Verizon Wireless unveiled its USB720 which it claims will require just 15 seconds time to download an email attachment of 1 MB in size.

Retailers will start selling USB720 from February 20, 2007, at the cost starting at $149.99. The positive factor about USB720 modem is that it is compatible with Mac OS X and Windows. This USB plugs to a USB 2.0 port and uses dual-band integrated flip antenna.

Verizon Wireless

However, to enjoy the super speed subscribers need to purchase two compatible devices from the website of Verizon. These two compatible devices are available for sale in their website. Verizon Wireless announced that Revision A of its Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) technology will be available for sale in five areas. Both the USB720 and AirCard can be availed from product outlets Verizon Wireless.

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