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Verizon Eases Off EVDO Phone/Modem Restriction

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Verizon Wireless broadband customers have been irritated for some time because using EVDO phones as modems was against their TOS (not to say it wasn't possible). As of last week the company changed their tune, and stated users of the LG VX9800, Motorola RAZR V3c, Motorola E815, and LG VX8100 phones could now connect their laptops to the Internet for $59.99 per month (if they have a voice plan). Users of the pricey new Palm Treo 700w (and Verizon XV6700) are still officially out of luck. Gearlog says the magic phrase at Verizon stores is "Broadband Access Connect".
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