Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Verizon EVDO BroadBandAccess: Now $59.99/mo For Everyone

Great news for customers interested in signing up for Verizon Wireless EVDO service!

Quietly, (and by quietly we mean there was no announcement at all) Verizon Wireless has changed pricing for its BroadBandAccess service and no longer requires that customers have a Verizon cellular/voice plan in order to qualify for its best rate of $59.99 per month on a two year contract.

Up to now anyone wanting Verizon EVDO who did not already have a verizon cellular plan were forced to pay $79.99/month for a 2 year contract.

With their recent drop in pricing, verizon's newly introduced rate structure now matches that offered by their main competitor - Sprint Mobile Broadband.

Of course, 3GStore.com is able to immediately offer Verizon’s revised monthly pricing to all new customers purchasing an EVDO card with a 2 year Verizon contract

Why do you think Verizon decided to drop rates to match Sprint?
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