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    ZTE MY39 Wireless EVDO PC card

    http://www.telusmobility.com/bc/busi...zte_my39.shtml

    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....

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    Click on the picture of the Aircard on the link - it loads the Kyocera page!!

    http://www.telusmobility.com/bc/busi...zte_my39.shtml

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    anyone bought one yet?

    reviews?

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    very nice product....its a Hot Sell

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    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)


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    We all have to start somewhere. I appreciate the underdogs and ZTE, while small here, is large in China.

    ZTE:

    Networks: CDMA 800MHz / CDMA 1900MHz
    Dimension: 125×54×5mm
    Weight: Less than 60g
    Data Rate: Up to 2.4Mbps
    Working Voltage: 3.3V(Using the notebook power supply)
    Current Sleep: 110mA Max: 800mA

    Kyocera:

    • 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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    Quote Originally Posted by CityFigers
    Maybe they'll match Bell's $60/1GB and $75/unlimited data plans sometime soon....
    @ Bell effective Sept.6 until December 31 2007!

    Suck that up /ogers & -ido!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajalota
    very nice product....its a Hot Sell

    wow...way to revive an old thread.

    The My 39 is discontinued.... good price of $99 however

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