This is a discussion on Advice from current nexus one users within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by Black Rambo thanks man, I'm feeling that way already and haven't even got the phone yet lol...I had iphone already...so the iphone ...
well I'm not doubting that it will blow everyone's mind...but my question and the most important question is....will it be BETTER than the NEXUS ONE???
anyway, going back to the original post, N1 is definitely the best phone out there.... for a good awhile for me. android beats the iphone, symbian and windows mobile.. its the fastest phone i've owned, and since google pretty much rule my daily world, it only make sense that I use a phone made by them. lol
well Miss Nexus it's official, that's the route I'm going...now can I get a hook up to on the phone lol...just kidding...unless you can get me the hook up...haha...but anyway...would you recommend keeping it with Tmobile when you by it flat out 530 or going to like AT&T?
I don't know anyone who has it, by where I live....this sucks....I might just get a contract UGH...I'm sooo confused AAAAAAAHHHHH!!! lol I need a drink
I'd stay with AT&T, but that's just me lol. T-Mobile is great, but so is AT&T. Yea, there are some probs, but that comes with any service. I used to be an iPhone owner... well until about 3 months ago. I have the AT&T Nexus One. I have no 3G connectivity issues or any other hardware issues.
Being a former iPhone user, I would highly recommend the Nexus One. Even with the new iPhone OS coming up in June, still can't beat the abilities of a Nexus One. It's definitely worth your money, I promise you won't be disappointed. :nexusx:
@ Sheanzy I appreciate it a lot....so when I buy the phone online do I have to pick what service i'm going to put it with?
Nexus One Phone - Web meets phone.
You can buy the AT&T unlocked for 530$ or get a new contract with T-Mobile and get it for 180. It was definitely worth my 530$ , that's for sure lol.
Just depends on what service you finalize on, Whether it's AT&T or T-Mobile.