Sprint EVDO In Hawaii

Ok I have been playing with a Sprint EVDO card this evening that is activated and on a 14 day trial. The Sprint sales representatives did not have any Maps but a person I met a couple of weeks ago said the two areas I need coverage in are covered. It appears that the first location which is close to the Stadium is good to go. I am seeing transfer rates of 386K on some of the speed test.

But when go and do some FTP download test I am not so sure what the speed is as I am only seeing 14k transfers where my cable connection is pulling the same data at about 400K big difference. I will be giving this card a workout thats for sure and will be pushing the 14 day satisfaction guarantee trial.

If anyone has access to Sprint Hawaii EVDO coverage maps I would love to see what Sprint is claiming.

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  1. I also have the Samsung A940, however I currently live in an are that is NOT EVDO covered. Web sites I’ve checked out claim that the A940 is compatible with Sprint standard Vision services, but I can not send pics or video mail. Does anyone know anything about this or maybe have the same problem? I cant seem to get any answers. Thanks.

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