Bell Mobility rolls out Rev A for laptop users

1 May 2007

Bell Mobility yesterday announced the commercial launch of CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A technology, providing new speed enhancements to its EV-DO mobile broadband data services. Alongside the introduction of Rev A, Bell introduced three new Novatel Wireless mobile broadband devices – two PC/laptop datacards and a wireless USB modem. Initially only available in selected regions of Ontario, Bell’s enhanced network offers peak upload speeds of 1.8Mbps and peak download speeds of 3.1Mbps. Bell plans to introduce further speed enhancements in selected markets across Canada throughout 2007.

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