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    I think your forgetting about VZW EVDO Service

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    With Verizon's National Access (which is included with most plans at no charge) I connect at ~128kbs. The only cost is that it uses the minutes on your plan while your connected, which also means that after 9pm and on weekends it's FREE.

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    Does anybody know if any of these providers support multilink? (Multilink is a feature of windows XP that allows you to combine the bandwidth from multiple modems or connection interfaces into one connection) It has to be supported on the ISP side in order to work.
    Why would anybody want to be stuck driving with a roof over their head?

    Ragtops all the way!

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    EDGE coverage is great in this area. I use it alot while i'm away from a wifi point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jantic
    I think your forgetting about VZW EVDO Service
    He said ubiquidous coverage, not "spotty coverage around 11 major cities only".

    Main Entry: ubiq·ui·tous
    Pronunciation: yü-'bi-kw&-t&s
    Function: adjective
    : existing or being everywhere at the same time : constantly encountered : WIDESPREAD
    http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionar...itous&x=17&y=8

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    Quote Originally Posted by kai445
    I'm looking for Verizon, Sprint maps as we speak.....
    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/C...type=newsearch

    There's Verizon. Just type in Zip code and choose type of map wanted.

    Peace,

    Rafster

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