Sprint Offers EVDO Rev A in Buffalo

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Wednesday, 30 May 2007

Sprint Offers Faster EVDO Rev. A Broadband Network in Buffalo, NY




Customers in Buffalo can benefit from the fast speeds of the upgraded Sprint Mobile Broadband Network - the nation's largest mobile broadband network - that now reaches more than 197 million people in more than 9,600 cities and covers 880 airports with faster mobile broadband technology (EV-DO Rev. A). The upgraded Sprint Mobile Broadband Network enables customers in Buffalo to utilize services when they become available like high-speed video telephony, music on demand, video messaging and large file uploads.

EV-DO Rev. A coverage in the area includes the Buffalo/Niagara International Airport, downtown Buffalo, all of Northern Erie County. Sprint also recently expanded EV-DO Rev. A coverage across its existing mobile broadband footprint to include most of southern Erie County including the New York State Thruway to Silver Creek to Springville, downtown Niagara Falls and the vast majority of Niagara County.

News Facts The upgraded Sprint Mobile Broadband Network allows customers in the Buffalo market to experience significantly faster upload speeds of 350-500 Kbps (compared with 50-70 Kbps on EV-DO Release 0 networks) and download speeds of 600 Kbps-1.4 Mbps (from 400-700 Kbps.) To compare these Rev. A speeds against the speed of their current connection, Internet users can visit . In December 2006, the upgraded Sprint Mobile Broadband Network was awarded the coveted PC Magazine Editor's Choice Award selected by a panel of PC Magazine editors, and leading industry experts.

Currently, Sprint provides mobile broadband services throughout western New York areas including Niagara Falls, Lockport, Angola, Seneca Falls and along most of the Route 104 corridor Niagara Falls to Huron. Sprint is continuing investments to enhance its powerful networks and expand mobile broadband coverage across the nation.

Sprint Mobile Broadband (EV-DO Rev. A-capable) Devices

Mobile professionals can use their laptops in more places and send and receive large data files using Sprint's newest EV-DO Rev. A-capable USB modem - the Sierra Wireless Aircard 595U, which is available in all sales channels including retail. The device is priced as low as $79.99 with a two-year subscriber agreement and $50 mail-in rebate.

Sprint offers a variety of other EV-DO Rev. A-capable devices including three PCMCIA cards (Novatel S720, Sierra AC595 and Pantech PX-500); an Express Card (Novatel EX720) and two USB modems (Novatel U720 and Sierra AC595U). Sprint also offers a variety of laptops, handheld computers and modules embedded with these more robust capabilities.

Sprint customers using any of the current Novatel devices can perform location-based searches that offer navigational support. The basic Sprint location and search usage is included as part of Sprint's flexible data and unlimited data connection card plans.

In an effort to provide customers the best value in wireless broadband, customers signing a two-year Sprint subscriber agreement can receive unlimited data usage for $59.99 per month (no separate voice plan required and no additional discounts apply.) Other individual service plans for mobile broadband devices range from $39.99 per month for 40 MB to $79.99 per month for unlimited data usage with a one-year subscriber agreement. Rates apply to all Sprint Mobile Broadband customers and do not change in areas that have been upgraded to EV-DO Rev. A.


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