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Old 10-08-2009, 03:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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will this work on att 3g?

i read that the one from rogers ca will work on att, but i'm in the states not really close enough to by a phone from ca.

i cant find info or my search parameters are screwy since i cant find an answer.

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Old 10-08-2009, 03:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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No it won't work with ATT 3G. My Touch uses 1.7GHz and 2.1GHz for 3g, ATT uses 1.9GHz and 850MHz. I personally wouldn't use that phone anyway. I like the design and OS, but it was rated as having the highest radiation level of any phone on the market.

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sars i'm not worried about, hehe. i do want an android phone but on att atm.
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ATT has been a little slow with Android. Does look like they will be carrying the Dell offering. Not sure if I like it though. I would rather have the HTC Hero myself.

Dell bringing Mini 3i Android set to AT&T?
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ATT has been a little slow with Android. Does look like they will be carrying the Dell offering. Not sure if I like it though. I would rather have the HTC Hero myself.

Dell bringing Mini 3i Android set to AT&T?
i'm very skeptical they will carry this, they were suppose to carry a htc android phone till the last minute which was then declined.

i hope vz getting an android phone will make att get some too. but i wont hold my breath.

so i been looking at other solutions, one solution atm is rogers from Canada htc dream.
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actually after reading the crying that att is doing over att internet services on the iphone i am very skeptical att will carry another full webkit phone like android / nokia.
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actually after reading the crying that att is doing over att internet services on the iphone i am very skeptical att will carry another full webkit phone like android / nokia.
Then they are doomed. Smart phones are the future of mobile.
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MYTOUCH!!! What a horror story.
I made a mistake of selling my 8900 and opted for the Mytouch, hated it more than the word hate itself.
The thing is a clunker, laggy, freezes, typing is a chore, a grave mistake going to android from a BB OS.

Thought I'd hijack your thread and bad mouth this marvel of technology... :D

Time up!
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Then they are doomed. Smart phones are the future of mobile.
not so much as doomed as more like acting like cable companies. they hate change.
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While I realize that there is a MyTouch specific data plan with T-Mobile, is it possible that the MyTouch can be used on T-Mobile with a different data plan, and if it can, which features might not work?
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MYTOUCH!!! What a horror story.
I made a mistake of selling my 8900 and opted for the Mytouch, hated it more than the word hate itself.
The thing is a clunker, laggy, freezes, typing is a chore, a grave mistake going to android from a BB OS.

Thought I'd hijack your thread and bad mouth this marvel of technology... :D

Time up!
My wife has had a MyTouch for a few days now, and so far, I'm impressed. I've played with it a bit and don't find it to be any more laggy than my 8900--possibly less so. I haven't seen it freeze yet, either. I'm not used to the onscreen typing, so I agree that it is harder than the 8900, but I realize there's a learning curve to it. I much prefer auto-text to predictive text.

I might consider getting one of these, but not until I've seen how it holds up under regular use for a while. In particular, I want to see how battery life is.

Although I've had BBs for almost two years now, my general impression of the BB OS isn't that positive, although I think OS 5 is a step in the right direction.

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