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For those of you who want wireless broadband EVDO but don't have any card slots, watch for the release of Verizon's new Rev-A USB720 Modem with support for Mac OSX 10.3.9 and above.

Not only are we taking backorders right now, but we're doing it at a price that is $50 less than verizon is selling for, and offering a special 50% off booster antennas for people who place backorders.

We've seen reports from users in the newer Rev-A networks showing downloads in excess of 2000kbps and uploads in excess of 900kbps! Check out our new google mashup - EVDOmaps.com - that allows members of EVDOForums to post their speedtest results, as well as information about their gear.

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Rev-A networks showing downloads in excess of 2000kbps and uploads in excess of 900kbps!
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Does anyone know how much Verizon's unlimited data plan runs for this? Thanks.

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Does anyone know how much Verizon's unlimited data plan runs for this? Thanks.

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Be careful.Verizons "unlimited plan" isn't really unlimited. My friend got the boot for downloading over 5 gigs in one month.Yep, you just get a letter stating the date you get canned.

Sprint had an unlimited plan that is truelly unlimited (atleast for now).

I think both are 59.99 a month if you already have a cell phone plan,and 79.99 a month if you don't already have a cell phone plan.
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Be careful.Verizons "unlimited plan" isn't really unlimited. My friend got the boot for downloading over 5 gigs in one month.Yep, you just get a letter stating the date you get canned.

Sprint had an unlimited plan that is truelly unlimited (atleast for now).

I think both are 59.99 a month if you already have a cell phone plan,and 79.99 a month if you don't already have a cell phone plan.
Doesn't the "5 gig" rule only apply to cell phone broadband, not EVDO card broadband? I am planning on getting a smartphone with a data package from Verizon in a couple months and I read the same thing - 5 gigs - about the data plan on phones. If the same rule applies to EVDO adapters that would be beyond stupid - I use 5 gigs in a week just from browsing!

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