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This looks good. I'm on Verizon now and with their latest V740 card which is a rev A card, I'm getting really good download speeds, however upload speeds could be a LOT better. However, the AT&T cards are more appealing (not only because they could be faster) because they will work internationally.

I'm still shocked that neither Apple nor AT&T (since they are all in bed together now) have not offered drivers for the ExpressCard HSUPA card that AT&T sells. The 3rd party Mac drivers SUCK for that card.

I would rather have an ExpressCard for my MacBook Pro because it doesn't stick out so far like the USB one. However, the USB one has the advantage of being compatible with just about any computer because it uses the USB port. So it would be perfect for MacBooks too.

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