Sprint: Welcome To The Wild, Wonderful World Of High-Speed Data

Seybold, Andrew
July 2004
Wireless Week;7/1/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 14, p29
Trade Publication
Discusses the entry of Sprint in the high-speed data industry. Significance of the arrival of Sprint in the high-speed data industry for wireless consumers and the wireless industry; Reactions of consumers on the use of an Evolution Data Only wireless device; Other wireless data contenders.


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