This would work with 3g right?

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  1. Snow_Fox

    Snow_Fox Well-Known Member
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  2. =KLRS=ZERO

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    if im seeing this correctly, this is the euro version. if you want it to work on ATT's 3G, you need to get the telus version.... Motorola Milestone?
     
  3. =KLRS=ZERO

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    you might have to do some searching to find a site that ships to us. if i were you and you dont need the keyboard, i would go with the ATT nexus one. its cheaper and you will be able to get updates faster than the milestone
     
  4. Snow_Fox

    Snow_Fox Well-Known Member
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    I would prefer the physical keyboard..

    but, I the nexus one would probably be a better bet anyway... I could live with n1.

    Honestly if n900 had 3g I'd hop on that.. However, I must admit android grows so much faster.
     
  5. colnago

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    No 3G T-Mobile service in your area? You could do voice and data for $40/mo "total", on T-Mo. Throw in "Skype-Out", for $3/mo more, and you can get unlimited "outbound" calling. That or add-on any existing SIP client.

    Only problem I have with T-Mo and the 900 is poor/no reception in certain buildings...looking at going back to AT&T. FWIW, I had even more reception issues with the Droid on Verizon (made an antenna mod which helped a lot).

    Nokia is supposedly coming out with an N9xx later this year...may be AT&T 3G compatible, running the new "Meego" OS.
     
  6. teh_spazz

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    Yeah, no ATT 3g. Only UMTS 900/2100. ATT is on 850/1900
     

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