Click on the picture of the Aircard on the link - it loads the Kyocera page!!
Another "exclusive" product to Telus
Who in their right mind would not spend the extra litle $$ on the Kyocera or Sierra???
Wow - 2 no name product launches in one day....
anyone bought one yet?
very nice product....its a Hot Sell
Maybe they'll match Bell's $60/1GB and $75/unlimited data plans sometime soon....
FIDO $55 MB/SK unlimited w/5GB = $44.55 (BYOD 10% + add-a-line 10% discounts, $10/GB overage)
WIND $15 AITF unlimited data (10GB soft cap)
All my posts are my own opinion only and not necessarily that of any of my employers, past or present.
We all have to start somewhere. I appreciate the underdogs and ZTE, while small here, is large in China.
Networks: CDMA 800MHz / CDMA 1900MHz
Weight: Less than 60g
Data Rate: Up to 2.4Mbps
Working Voltage: 3.3V(Using the notebook power supply)
Current Sleep: 110mA Max: 800mA
• High-speed wireless data access of up to 2.4 Mbps.
• Dual-band receive diversity and high-performance antenna design allows for
higher data rates and improved coverage
Size: 2.13 in x 4.84 in x 0.51in (54 mm x 123 mm x 13 mm)
They both use the Qualcomm MSM6500 chipset. If it's cheaper, why not get the ZTE?
Last edited by skullan; 09-07-2007 at 01:47 PM. Reason: Correcting a piece of info.
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@ Bell effective Sept.6 until December 31 2007!Originally Posted by CityFigers
Suck that up /ogers & -ido!!
B.efore C.hrist E.ntity
"Bell's always ready to compete," Well Break the Bell Telus Alliance. Bell Stop Talking and Start Competing!
Originally Posted by ajalota
wow...way to revive an old thread.
The My 39 is discontinued.... good price of $99 however