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New Nexus One will work on AT&T and Rogers

New Nexus One will work on AT&T and Rogers
When the Nexus One launched earlier this year, it was made avaliable for T-Mobile, though Google said that other versions would eventually be released. Even though it's still not out for Verizon and Vodafone customers, starting today you can pick-up a version that will work with AT&T in the US and Rogers in Canada. This new version is compatible with 3G/UMTS (850/900/2100 MHz) and GSM radio (850/900/1800/1900 MHz). This is different from the T-Mobile version, which uses 3G/UMTS (900/AWS/2100 MHz). Currently the new AT&T/Rogers version of the Nexus One is avaliable for purchase through the Google phone store as unlocked for $529, which is the same price as the unlocked version for T-Mobile, yet T-Mobile does offer it for $179 if you are signing a 2-year contract. There is no word yet if AT&T and Rogers will be offering the Nexus One at a discount price with contract extension.

Google Nexus One Review | Specifications (T-Mobile)

source: Google and GoogleNexusOneBoard

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