For those looking for mobile broadband in the US, both Sprint and Verizon have pretty good pricing on their EVDO services. With either carrier, it's $59.99/month for their service (with a 2 year contract).
On Sprint, that is truly unlimited service.
Verizon's terms of service are a bit different. Customers can use up to 5GB of transfer/month - beyond that, they run the risk of having their speeds throttled down to about 200kbps. While it's frustrating to have limits on a broadband plan, 5GB is actually quite a lot, and most customers find they don't come anywhere near that amount.
There are three form factors for EVDO card (ExpressCard, PCMCIA, or US
, as well as antennas, amplifiers, and EVDO routers that allow you to share your mobile broadband connection with multiple computers. With all these options, as well as both carriers extending their coverage every day, it's possible to find a solution for almost anyone.
Rather than spend hundreds of dollars and a lot of time experimenting to find the right combination of gear, you might want to trust the EVDO Experts to help you make the best choice for your EVDO Gear.