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Dell Expands Mobile Broadband Options with Sprint

Sprint Offer in U.S. Means Choice for Customers Who Need a Workplace Almost Anywhere

Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) and Sprint have teamed to help make it easy for mobile customers to access information while on the road.

Beginning today, Dell customers in the United States can customize select Dell notebook computers with integrated Sprint Mobile Broadband capabilities to access the Internet, e-mail, and data. Integrated mobile broadband technology enables easy and secure connectivity to the Internet without looking for wireless hotspots.

The integrated mobile broadband technology is an available feature on Dell Latitude D420, D620, and D820 models, as well as the XPS M1210 notebook, and Dell Precision M65 mobile workstation. The Dell Wireless 5700-S mobile broadband EVDO mini-card is available from Dell for $179. The card can be ordered online or over the phone with a system purchase or purchased separately for a mobile broadband-enabled system.

Sprint Mobile Broadband service is available in more than 220 major U.S. cities and 486 airports nationwide. Customers interested in this offer will be eligible for available plans including one-month free service and unlimited data access for $59.99 a month when signing a two-year Sprint subscriber agreement. For more information, visit http://www.dell.com/sprint.

“We’re seeing enthusiastic customer response to integrated mobile broadband on Dell notebooks,” said Neeraj Srivastava, director of Latitude and wireless marketing. “It makes it easier to access information and get more out of a technology investment. Our association with Sprint is yet another step in providing world-class mobile broadband technology for Dell customers.”

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“Offering Sprint’s Mobile Broadband capabilities to Dell customers means many more notebook users can utilize the benefits of accessing information while on the go,” said Danny Bowman, vice president of product marketing for Sprint. “Dell is a leader of mobile broadband technology in the computer industry and we look forward to helping provide more accessibility and a great experience for Dell customers.”

Additional information on Sprint’s Mobile Broadband network, including coverage maps showing current and future coverage, Mobile Broadband service plans and the latest access devices, can be found at http://powervision.sprint.com/mobilebroadband/.

About Dell
Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services they trust and value. Uniquely enabled by its direct business model, Dell sells more systems globally than any computer company, placing it No. 25 on the Fortune 500. For more information, visit http://www.dell.com.

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