It was a bit of a disappointment when we learned that despite being an unlocked GSM device, the Nexus One would only get 3G on T-Mobile in the United States. That has ended, as Google is now selling a Nexus One with the AT&T and Rogers (Canada) 3G bands of 850 and 1900MHz. This isn't a great surprise, as we'd seen it go through the FCC already and even got a tip just the other day.
It's the same unlocked phone, and the same price of $529. So, who's regretting that earlier purchase now? [Google]
(p.s.: And you Verizon types? Sorry, keep waiting. )
(p.p.s.: Our pal Michael points out that Bell and Telus users are good to go here, too.)
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