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    Verizon Rev-A USB720 Modem for MacBooks/iBooks/iMacs
    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!
    Wow!! Thats fast!!
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    Does anyone know how much Verizon's unlimited data plan runs for this? Thanks.

    Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by husky123 View Post
    Does anyone know how much Verizon's unlimited data plan runs for this? Thanks.

    Lee
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by iRepublican View Post
    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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