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Alltel adds EVDO to three cities: Alltel is a national cellular carrier with significant footprints in lesser-served parts of the U.S., like Nebraska; with mergers in process, they’ll be south (but just barely) of T-Mobile. Their footprint means that their deployment of EVDO could have more of an impact than a carrier like Verizon putting EVDO into a city with many kinds of connectivity already available. The initial cities covered with EVDO are Tampa, Cleveland, and Akron. Service will be $70 per month for unlimited usage.
Posted by Glennf at March 28, 2005 9:34 PM
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