It seems as if the Google Nexus One is having some difficulty staying connected to T-Mobile's 3G band. A countless number of new Nexus One owners are flooding Google's support forums complaining that their new device bounces back and forth from Edge to 3G on a consistant basis where their old 3G device did not show the same behavior. We've looked into this a bit further and found that T-Mobile along with Google are looking into the problem.
"Google and T-Mobile are investigating this issue and hope to have more information for you soon. We understand your concern and appreciate your patience."
The big question remains, is this a T-Mobile network issue or a software/hardware issue? Possibly a little bit of both but we are leaning towards the latter.
We are curious to see how many of our readers are suffering from the same issue. Let us know in the comments below or directly in our forums!
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