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Verizon has added pay-as-you-go service for Dell, Lenovo, HP laptops with embedded EVDO: If you’ve bought a laptop that has the EVDO card included, you can try before you buy by purchasing a one-day pass at $15 for 24 hours. No limits are data transfer are noted. It’s an interesting idea, because $15 is a bit pricey for one day, but it’s a painless way to test before ponying up $60 to $80 per month for unlimited monthly service. [link via TechDirt]
Posted by Glennf at March 29, 2006 3:56 PM
Categories: EVDO, Integrated laptop