Verizon Wireless is upgrading its network with CDMA 1x EV-DO Revision A to enable faster BroadbandAccess wireless data services in several U.S. cities. The said technology delivers downstream speeds ranging from 450K to 800Kbps and upstream speeds between 300K and 400Kbps. BroadbandAccess subscribers pay a monthly fee starting from $60 — if they already have a wireless voice plan worth no less than $40 per month — to $80. The company is also selling two two Rev. A compatible products, i.e., the USB720 wireless modem and the AirCard 595 PC card.