Dell is offering the critically acclaimed BroadbandConnect service provided by Cingular Wireless in the new line of Dell Latitude notebooks. Both the Latitude D620 and D820 notebooks can be configured with Cingular’s UMTS/HSPDA-based 3G technology. That opens the door to global wireless data capabilities for customers upon purchase. The U.S. has seen Latitude owners having the privilege of accessing BroadbandConnect across 52 cities that were launched by Cingular last year. It costs $59.99/month for an unlimited BroadbandConnect service with a 2-year contract and qualified voice contract.
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