Support Would it be possible to use this on AT&T?

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  1. Extrospection

    Extrospection New Member
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    I'm considering this phone, but I'm unwilling to switch to Tmobile.

    Will I be able to just use this phone with an AT&T sim card?
     

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  2. andrew53517

    andrew53517 Well-Known Member
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    i'm wondering this too...I think we will only get EDGE though. Not HSPA+ unfortunately. Then I don't think I'll do it.
     
  3. AndreaCristiano

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  4. aMpeX

    aMpeX Well-Known Member
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    Make sure you get the G2X and not the Optimus 2X because the G2X supports more frequency bands than the O2X
     
  5. AndreaCristiano

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    Anyone know release dates?
     
  6. Boomer Dog16

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  7. AndreaCristiano

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    Very cool because If the nexus S with ATT bands doesn't arrive I'm getting this
     
  8. colnago

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    My US bound T-Mobile G2x is not working on AT&T's "3G" bands, only "Edge/2G". My T-Mobile branded Motorola Defy "does" work on AT&T's 3G however.
     
  9. jroc

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    ^Thats wild. I wonder why that is, the Defy came out first.
     
  10. colnago

    colnago Well-Known Member
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    Probably due to a supplier contract. The Defy is very similar to AT&T's Bravo...just different shells.
     

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