looking for a good android for AT&T


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  1. xtoast

    xtoast New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am looking for an andriod phone I can use on AT&T and still get 3G data speed. I would prefer something that would slip under their radar that I can use on our family plan with the $10/month data rate. I am eligible for an upgrade but am tempted to switch carriers if the Droid experience would be better elsewhere.
    Thanks for any help
     

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  2. PinkMirrorKirby

    PinkMirrorKirby Well-Known Member

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    I would go for the HTC Aria, which is quite buttery smooth on performance, and is compact enough too.
     
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    chrlswltrs Well-Known Member

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    The Droid experience is the best with Verizon and the Droid X or Sprint and the EVO. I would lean towards Verizon though as they seem to always have the best of the new phone releases and the best network though.
     
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    dan330 Well-Known Member

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    i am sorry.. what is it that you are trying to do???
     
  5. alextop30

    alextop30 Well-Known Member

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    There is no way to slip past the system. To gain connection your device gives off its identification meaning the IMEI number using that informant AT&T can detect whether it is a smart phone.
     
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    chinoAlone Banned

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    I also dislike AT&T's limitation of blocking installing certain non-market apps.
     
  7. PinkMirrorKirby

    PinkMirrorKirby Well-Known Member

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    That is annoying, thankfully my Asian Aria version does not have the limit. (Probably because it is unlocked), over here, it is illegal to lock a customer's phone onto a Carrier/Service provider.
     

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