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    I'm Three

    Hello,
    New to the forums. I'm giving serious consideration to picking up the Nexus One. My only hang-up is that I'm on AT&T (with a Blackberry Bold) with 3G. I'm going to wait awhile (I think, I really want this phone) and see if the rumors about a 3G capable Nexus One is near and in the pipeline

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    Welcome to the site, Three!
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    This is what I use on my Nexus One (ROM, Kernel, special Apps)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Three View Post
    Hello,
    New to the forums. I'm giving serious consideration to picking up the Nexus One. My only hang-up is that I'm on AT&T (with a Blackberry Bold) with 3G. I'm going to wait awhile (I think, I really want this phone) and see if the rumors about a 3G capable Nexus One is near and in the pipeline
    It is 3G, just not AT&T bands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Three View Post
    Hello,
    New to the forums. I'm giving serious consideration to picking up the Nexus One. My only hang-up is that I'm on AT&T (with a Blackberry Bold) with 3G. I'm going to wait awhile (I think, I really want this phone) and see if the rumors about a 3G capable Nexus One is near and in the pipeline
    I'm also on AT&T and made the move from 3G back to EDGE to get the Nexus One. It's a personal decision, but when I thought about how often I needed faster Internet, on my phone, without WiFi near by.... I realized I would probably be OK.

    I did some music streaming over AT&T EDGE today and life was good (no skipping/buffering/etc) and I plan on trying some Google Maps Directions over EDGE this weekend to see if that keeps up as well.
    Happy Nexus One User Since Jan 6, 2010.
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