First 3G Notebook Card In Europe Launched

Posted: Feb 12 2004, 9:08am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:16pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

First 3G Notebook Card in Europe Launched
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Vodafone launches 3G Notebook Card in Europe.

The 3G Card is 10 times faster than currently available GPRS cards. Specifically the 3G card supports a transfer rate of 384kbps. YES!

From February coverage is available throughout London and along the M4 corridor, and will rapidly roll out to other major urban areas, including Birmingham and Manchester to reach 30 per cent of the UK population by April. The card will retail for $460 with a contract. More details in Vodafone Press-Release (pdf).

Imagine high-speed internet access from anywhere, i love this thought. Combined with a high-powered PDA or sub-Notebook and a virtual laser keyboard this is the true road warrior solution.

Anybody know of any US provider offering wireless 384kbs connectivity? Post a comment to this story if you do.

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