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  1. #1
    Mike_The_Bike
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    I realize that it is early days for Sprint but I was wondering if
    there was any anecdotal information concerning Sprint EVDO coverage in
    the LA area, specifically around San Pedro or Palos Verdes?



    See More: Sprint EVDO Information




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    Bob Smith
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    Re: Sprint EVDO Information


    "Mike_The_Bike" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I realize that it is early days for Sprint but I was wondering if
    > there was any anecdotal information concerning Sprint EVDO coverage in
    > the LA area, specifically around San Pedro or Palos Verdes?


    The map for LA isn't clear enough to show whether "Power Vision" is
    available. Suggest you either call SPCS or go into one of their stores in
    those two areas to inquire whether it is available.

    Bob





  3. #3
    Isaiah Beard
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    Re: Sprint EVDO Information

    Bob Smith wrote:

    > The map for LA isn't clear enough to show whether "Power Vision" is
    > available. Suggest you either call SPCS or go into one of their stores in
    > those two areas to inquire whether it is available.



    HOPEFULLY the stores have much more readable maps than what's on the
    website.


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  4. #4

    Re: Sprint EVDO Information


    Mike_The_Bike wrote:
    > I realize that it is early days for Sprint but I was wondering if
    > there was any anecdotal information concerning Sprint EVDO coverage in
    > the LA area, specifically around San Pedro or Palos Verdes?


    Network supplier LUCifer ENTerprises is currently distracted with other
    matters:

    "With coming cuts and hires, Lucent expects its staff to number around
    29,500 in September 2006. Who would have thought that in 1996, when
    Lucent employed more than 125,000 worldwide, the company would shed
    some 76 percent of its staff in just 10 years?
    ....
    Lucent Technologies Inc. retirees are killing their former employer
    by living too long.
    As unbelievable as it sounds, Lucent continues to be in a bit of an odd
    spot because it has (1) shrunk dramatically in size, revenues, and
    market cap during the past decade and (2) continues to provide benefits
    to a growing number of retirees, who are living, on average, longer
    than at any other time in U.S. history. (See Pension Concerns Hit
    Lucent and Lucent Retirees File Lawsuit.)"

    JG




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