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Verizon Wireless 3G 'express network' is READY!!

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    From: VERIZON WIRELESS PRESS RELEASE
    12/21/2001

    "Solidifying its leadership position in bringing advanced, high-speed wireless data services to customers, Verizon Wireless reports promising results from participants in its Express Network preview, setting the stage for the planned commercial availability of its 1XRTT Express Network in the first half of 2002."

    "Expansion of the Express Network is underway, with 20% of the company’s overall footprint covered by the end of 2001. By mid-2002, a majority of the CDMA network will be upgraded."

    "The Express Network will offer significant benefits to customers. Verizon Wireless expects to consistently deliver between 40 and 60 kbps—higher than speeds generated from competing wireless technologies, and higher than what PC users get when they use dial-up Internet service at home. The Express Network will give consumers a richer Internet experience when browsing on their wireless devices, and should help increase productivity and efficiency given the scores of consumer and enterprise applications that may be available."
     
  3. JHnewsome

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    3G sounds great, but I wouldn't touch Verizon with a ten foot pole. They have messed over many people, don't be one of them. There are more reliable carriers (that don't over-charge) with much better customer service.
     
  4. KevinJames

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    Depends on the market you are in. Verizon has an excellent track record in many markets.
     
  5. Apoc

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    Verizon Wireless-1XRTT keep on truckin across the wireless markets leaving the GSM/TDMA networks such as AT&T and Voicestream in left with a half built cellsite and 3,000 angery customers. (however that may be)
     

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