Verizon Wireless expands and cuts price of EV-DO

Aug 29 2005 - 12:08 PM ET | 3G, Data, Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless has expanded BroadbandAccess, its name for high-speed EV-DO service. Besides the new market, the price for existing Verizon Wireless voice customers has been cut 25% to $59.99 for unlimited monthly use. Rumors of the price drop leaked out yesterday.

The new markets are: Baton Rouge, LA; Charlotte and Raleigh Durham, NC; Denver; Louisville, KY; and San Francisco and Sacramento, CA.

We have a full list of markets available below.

State Markets
Arizona Phoenix
California Los Angeles (includes Burbank and Ontario), Orange County, San Bernardino County, Ventura County, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco
Connecticut Hartford, New Haven, New London, Interstate 95 corridor
Colorado Denver
Delaware Wilmington
D.C. Greater Washington
Florida Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tampa/St. Petersburg,
West Palm Beach
Georgia Athens, Atlanta
Illinois Chicago
Indiana Indianapolis
Kansas Kansas City (includes Overland Park) (also in MO)
Kentucky Louisville
Lousiana Baton Rouge, Lake Charles, New Orleans
Maryland Baltimore
Massachusetts Boston
Missouri Kansas City (also in KS), St. Louis
Nevada Las Vegas
New Jersey Newark/Jersey City, Trenton
New York (Suffolk and Nassau counties), New York,
Rochester, Syracuse
North Carolina Charlotte, Raleigh Durham
Ohio Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton
Oregon Portland
Pennslyvania Philadelphia, Pittsburgh
Rhode Island Providence
Texas Austin, Beaumont, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio
Virginia Richmond
Washington Seattle
Wisconsin Madison, Milwaukee