March 11, 2008
WELCOME TO DATA HELP
Gerald Evans is a Solutions Consultant for Sprint Nextel in the Midwest Market. His area includes Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, the Dakotas, Iowa and Nebraska. Gerald supports Authorized Representatives, Embarq, Business Solutions Partners and Nextel Partners.
Gerald began his career with Nextel as a Direct Sales Representative in Tampa, Florida where he went on to become a Major Account Executive, specializing in data sales in the health care and real estate verticals. Another promotion sent Gerald to the Washington, DC area as a Senior Indirect Account Executive with data specialization. In the middle of 2006 Gerald was promoted to the Solutions Consultant team in Minneapolis.
The purpose of Gerald’s website, http://www.sprintdata.wordpress.com, is to provide a ready reference to the channels Gerald supports. From time to time check here for FAQ’s and answers regarding data and Third Party Applications. This site will continue evolving and will reflect your insights and actual situations encountered in the pre-sales support phase of our business. Gerald can be reached at 763-274-8685 or by email at email@example.com. You can also leave your comments and reflections here as well.
MOGUL FIRST HIGH SPEED HANDSET
Sprint today released an upgrade making one of its phones the first in the U.S. to access the Internet wirelessly at broadband speeds.
A software patch for the HTC Mogul allows the smartphone to access Sprint’s high-speed EV-DO Rev. A network, the company said.
The upgrade lets Mogul users access the Internet at up to 1.4 megabits per second.
Until today, the higher speed Rev. A network — offered by both Sprint and Verizon Wireless — has been available using only laptop computers or PCs equipped with wireless connections cards.
“The Mogul by HTC now delivers the full power of the Sprint mobile broadband network from the convenience of a handset, giving our customers a speed and capacity advantage unavailable anywhere else,” Danny Bowman, Sprint’s vice president of customer equipment, said in a statement.
Rev. A, where available, allows users to download files at speeds between 600 kilobits per second and 1.4 megabits per second. Users can upload files at up to 350 kilobits per second to 500 kilobits per second.The speeds are comparable to those offered by DSL, the wired high-speed Internet service available from traditional telephone companies.
Sprint has been selling the Mogul, a smartphone that runs on the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 operating system, since last June. The phone costs $199.99 with rebates.
The software patch is available at america.htc.com/mogulupdate
DATA PLANS DEMYSTIFIED
“CLIP AND SAVE”!!! (FOR SURE!!!)
Below you will find a CONCISE DATA PLAN OVERVIEW that includes all “up to date” info including our new “Simply Everything” Plan! This presentation was just released and contains “cleaned up”, easy to read pricing for ALL OF OUR DATA ACCESS…(Aircards, Phone As Modem, Power Vision Packs, Messaging…YOU NAME IT!!!)
This document is guaranteed to make your head stop hurting when trying to price data services!!!
CLICK the following link to access. data_plan_review.ppt
PRINT / FILE / ENJOY!!! (I would even laminate it!!!!)
Gerald W. Evans
Solutions Consultant II