Be careful, you might end up with an T-Mobile N1 by mistake

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    Junior Member Kendoori's Avatar
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    Be careful, you might end up with an T-Mobile N1 by mistake

    I pulled the trigger on what I thought would be 2 x ATT N1s, but ended up with one that was for T-Mobile. It took a few days and a call to Google support when i discovered I was stuck on the Edge network. You can read about my troubles here: Google Should’ve Partnered with Zappos Instead of HTC on the Nexus One! Mr. Schiff's Laboratory

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    this only happens if u buy 2 or more phones???

    becaouse if that happens to me, i would be pissed off, cos i would have to pay to fedex like $60 and the $45 for the change and wait till some friend or family on US come to chile again >.<

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    Same $hit happened to me a few days ago. I swear I clicked the "AT&T" version, but got the T-mobile version... now i have to pay a freagin' restocking fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djruckuss66 View Post
    Same $hit happened to me a few days ago. I swear I clicked the "AT&T" version, but got the T-mobile version... now i have to pay a freagin' restocking fee.
    Wouldn't that info appear on your receipt? or on your confirmation email?

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    Yes, it was my fault I didn't double check the receipt... but it's a frustrating process to have to return the phone, then go through the ordering process again. it would be so painful if I didn't have to wait for refund first because they don't have any kind of exchange program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredyG View Post
    Wouldn't that info appear on your receipt? or on your confirmation email?
    Actually it doesn't really appear.

    The description from my March 21 AT&T receipt...
    Not yet shipped 1 Nexus One phone (GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz) USD529.00

    The description from my Jan 5 T-Mobile receipt...
    Not yet shipped 1 Nexus One phone USD529.00
    :nexusx:

    AT&T ne:nexusx:us S on AT&T
    AT&T ne:nexusx:us one on Taiwan Mobile [Missing in Taipei]
    Archos 70 with UrukDroid

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindaledavis View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by FredyG View Post
    Wouldn't that info appear on your receipt? or on your confirmation email?
    Actually it doesn't really appear.

    The description from my March 21 AT&T receipt...
    Not yet shipped 1 Nexus One phone (GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz) USD529.00

    The description from my Jan 5 T-Mobile receipt...
    Not yet shipped 1 Nexus One phone USD529.00
    :nexusx:

    i think the one who have the bands its the at&t cos those ones are the one that at&t uses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budske View Post
    i think the one who have the bands its the at&t cos those ones are the one that at&t uses
    You are correct about those being the 3G bands that AT&T and Rogers use. The order page is fairly clear but the receipt isn't.

    AT&T ne:nexusx:us S on AT&T
    AT&T ne:nexusx:us one on Taiwan Mobile [Missing in Taipei]
    Archos 70 with UrukDroid

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    If it's AT&T, your invoice will say:
    Nexus One phone (GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz)


    If it's T-Mobile, your invoice will say:
    Nexus One phone (GSM 3G 900/AWS/2100MHz)

    But during the checkout process this is from from obvious. And once you receive the device, there's nothing on the actual device or box that clearly identifies a device as T-Mobile or AT&T.

    The only way to know for sure is to look inside behind the battery, or on the white box that the device is packed in (next to the bar codes).

    The T-Mobile device will read: PB99100
    The AT&T device will read: PB99110

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    Wow, that would suck! ... Sorry for your loss!

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