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Topic # 13877 2-Jun-2007 14:52
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As of today, Telecom Retail Stores have the new Sierrawireless 595U (USB) EVDO rev a modem.

For more information see: http://www.telecom.co.nz/content/0,8748,205609-201931,00.html


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  Reply # 73240 2-Jun-2007 15:29
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Now that looks much nicer than the Vodem. That makes a decent alternative to DSL, bring on Rev A to the rest of the country and I'm getting one.

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  Reply # 73247 2-Jun-2007 15:52
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Does anyone know how much they are outright?

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  Reply # 73258 2-Jun-2007 19:04
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595U (usb version) $482.63 including GST no contract (0 term) $223,28 on a 1Gb 24month plan $
595.13 for the 595 card type



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Reply # 75602 22-Jun-2007 00:23
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Question, has anyone tried to use a Sierra Card with a Mac? I know you can download the Sierra Wireless Watcher Lite software, which I did, but it just displays 'connecting' for a while then 'disconnecting'.

Any ideas?

 

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