Sprint EVDO Rev A

San Diego kicks off the fastest wireless broadband service in the US. Sprint’s EVDO Revision A promises average download speeds of 450-800 kbps and average upload speeds of 300-400 kbps and will hit a number of other US cities soon. Here is a list of other cities who can expect blazing fast broadband wireless soon: Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Mo, Sacramento, Calif., Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Detroit, Milwaukee, Boston, Buffalo, N.Y., Hartford, Conn., Newark/Trenton, N.J., Providence, R.I., Baltimore, New York and Philadelphia.

I am especially looking forward to faster wireless broadband as it allows better mobile blogging and armies of mobile video bloggers will be coming more quickly than many realize.

For $49.99 and a 2-year contract you can get access to this network and perhaps toss your wired broadband service. More.

  • Verizon?
    October 27, 2006 at 2:05 am

    Ummm. Verizon has had EVDO for at least a year in most of these places.. It really is sad that EVDO is the fastest wireless available in the US. Maybe some day there will be actual competition in the telecom world in the US and we can get technology at least as good as places like Korea..

  • Rich Tehrani
    October 27, 2006 at 5:09 pm

    How has your experience been in Korea? What sorts of speeds have you been getting?

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