Google now offering a AT&T 3G compatible Nexus One!

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  1. CombatChuk

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  2. Phases

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    ..and now it's gone. I gots a screenie though.
     
  4. OrangeGuutan

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    Still there for me...

    Thinking of buying it and selling my current Nexus One on eBay, haha.
     
  5. drhill

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    Still there.
     
  6. OrangeGuutan

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  7. =KLRS=ZERO

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    anyone going to get one? i personally dont feel like its worth paying the $520 fee
     
  8. papichulo69r

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  9. baokeyai

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    I just ordered mine!
     
  10. tranceFusion

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    I wonder if they have done anything to address the multitouch or screen cracking issues?
     
  11. Raji

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    Man now I'm not sure want I wanna do. I currently have AT&T but was planning on switching to Verizon for either the Nexus One or the HTC Incredible. hmmm now I got to think about it.
     
  12. tranceFusion

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    just wait for verizon. at&t is horrible. I can't wait to get off of them..
     
  13. Raji

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    AT&T has been pretty bad lately, but I wonder how much of their issues is because of the iPhone's hardware. My Contract with AT&T doesn't end till summer of 2011. I like not having a contract either but the wife hates AT&T.
     
  14. deel

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    how much do the plans cost for att? i totally blame google or htc for not releasing everything at once. that's why i switched to tmobile
     
  15. mi_canuck

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    This is HUGE news... I hate AT&T with a passion, but more Nexus Ones is a good thing for all... their sales are low (which on the flipside, is great for exclusivity ;) .... but more Nexi, means quicker rollouts of updates, and hopefully more and better apps too...
     
  16. dequardo

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    If I switch to this from the iPhone exactly what happens? I assume I place my iPhone's SIM into the N1. What happens to the plan I currently have? Thanks much!
     
  17. cortez.i

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    pop in the SIM and use the phone as you normally do. at&t sees a different imei number and that's about it. you're already paying $30/monthly for data so that won't change. i've been using unsubsidized phones on at&t for the last 4 years (because at&t has a limited selection) and haven't had any problem.
     
  18. murdros

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    You might also have to call AT&T and have them change your data plan since on T-mobile I had to change my data plan to an "android data plan" to get it to work even though I changed from a G1 which they said had its own data plan.
     
  19. Roller

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    I believe the only time you would have to call AT&T to change data plans is if you have a Blackberry and you are trying to swap to a non Blackberry. AT&T separates their Blackberry data plans from other smartphone data plans.
     
  20. cyberbob25

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    Bought a G1 on the day it was released, and then a Nexus 1 on the day it was released. I have not had to change anything on my data plan.
     
  21. Knitewulf

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    Ewww... AT&T
     
  22. jblazea50

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    quick question, i have the N1 TMobile version, but using it with AT&T; also, i added the data block on my line, now if i were to get the ATT version, would i be able to use it without their data plan as i am near wifi 80-90% of the time?

    i may just put up mine on craigslist and get the ATT version
     
  23. jbrinkley

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    OMG I can't believe this. I just blew $1000 on ncaa tickets.
    Guess it will wait till next month, and I'll sell this one.
     
  24. QrafTee

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    And before the Verizon version... wow, what a slap in the face. What next? Next week the Sprint version appears, and on the 22nd of March, the Virgin/Boost Mobile/Metro PCS/etc. version is launched on the Google website?
     
  25. JD914

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    screen cracking issues? Do you believe everything you read?
     
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