Qwest users can now get some decent wireless Internet on the go. Using Sprint’s EV-DO Revision A network, Qwest is offering users over-priced wireless mobile broadband plans. For $69.99, you can get a paltry 500MB of data a month. According to the report, Qwest will offer a 600MB plan and an unlimited plan as well, which makes no sense considering that 500MB and 600MB aren’t that far apart in terms of data transferred.
If you’re currently using Qwest for home broadband and telephone service, you’re eligible for a $20 discount on the mobile broadband service. Why you’d even bother with Qwest when Verizon and Sprint both offer cheaper, equal services is beyond me, but hey, to each his own.
Qwest Adds Mobile Broadband to Its Offering [Phone Scoop]