Verizon is planning to extend the nationwide coverage of its high-speed 3G wireless network. This is welcome news since users of BroadbandAccess aren't tethered to wireless hotspots à la Wi-Fi. For example, imagine being able to browse TR from the train or the taxi. Can you read me now? Good.
In addition, Verizon will roll out a new service called iobism and a new product called Verizon One to help people manage all the data and communications in their personal lives. The details are in this press release.
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