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  1. Chopes

    Chopes Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is AT&T or T-Mobile the better choice? I have full coverage from both service providers, which should I go with and why, in consideration for the Nexus One? I am ruling out Verizon as I assume their issue with not being able to voice+data on Verizon's network is still there.
     

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    momoceio Well-Known Member

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    T-mobile, at least from my personal experiences
     
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    i VTAK Well-Known Member

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    If you're getting the N1 and service is the same from both networks, I would go with the cheaper one.
     
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    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

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    Ok, why is voice + Data such a consideration for you? When's the last time you've really needed it? I bet you didnt even know about it until the dumb att ads.

    Check out the upcoming Sprint Evo4G. Best phone in the world, hands down, along with the most reliable 3G network 2 years running. Also, the first, and ONLY 4 G network.
     
  5. Chopes

    Chopes Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I made a post about a similar matter in another thread explaining my love for being able to talk and use data at the same time and I do indeed love it. I checked out the Evo but I won't have 4g in my area for a long time and without 4g the main draws on the phone from my perspective is the front facing camera and niceass lookin screen.

    Decided going with the N1 on Tmobile if you aren't caught up on my other thread.
     

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