Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Verizon Wireless, ZTE USA Introduce AD3700 Mobile Broadband USB Modem Access over 175 Wireless Networks, USB 2.0 Swivel Connection

With the proliferation of wireless high-speed Internet connectivity
there really isn't much reason that anyone should ever be without
wireless access. The advent of the latest 3G high-speed broadband
network protocol has given users even more reason to want to remain
connected to their email and Twitter accounts and Verizon Wireless and
their partner ZTE USA are here to help. Today they announced their
latest USB modem for use on just about every available wireless
broadband network around the world, the AD3700.

The AD3700 is essentially a Mobile Broadband USB modem with global
connectivity. The consumer-friendly AD3700 gives customers access to
high-speed networks in more than 175 destinations including
Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO), Global System for Mobile
communications (GSM)/General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)/Enhanced Data
Rates for Global Evolution (EDGE) and High Speed Packet Access
(HSPA)/Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) wireless platforms.

The Verizon AD3700 runs on Verizon Wireless' high-speed network, which
uses EV-DO Revision A (Rev. A) technology and includes VZAccess Manager
software for easy connection management and automatic installation. The
unit measures 3.1×1.7×0.5-in (7.9×4.3×1.3-cm) and
sports a nifty little swivel hinge USB connection that folds away when
not in use. It is compatible with USB 2.0 and supports Windows
Vista/XP/2000 OS.

Users simply activate the global feature on their Verizon Wireless
account and the AD3700 automatically detects the local network and
connects to the fastest Internet speed available from almost anywhere in
the world.

The Verizon Wireless AD3700 USB modem is now available in all Verizon
Wireless Communications Stores for $79.99 after a $50.00 mail-in rebate
with a new two-year customer agreement on a Mobile Broadband plan.
Customers will receive the rebate in the form of a debit card; upon
receipt, customers may use the card as cash anywhere debit cards are

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