Google Nexus lands on AT&T 3G network and Rogers Wireless

Google Nexus One is now compatible with AT&T’s 3G network, and is available from the Google web store. This new model can be purchased as an unlocked device without a service plan. In addition to AT&T’s 3G network, this device will also run on Rogers Wireless in Canada. And like the first version of the […]

Google Nexus One is now compatible with AT&T’s 3G network, and is available from the Google web store. This new model can be purchased as an unlocked device without a service plan. In addition to AT&T’s 3G network, this device will also run on Rogers Wireless in Canada. And like the first version of the Nexus One, it can be used with most GSM operators globally. Additionally, Nexus One devices can now be shipped to Canada from Google’s web store, and will work with a SIM from Rogers Wireless. Rogers currently offers a goodly amount of Android devices, including HTC Dream and Magic (known as the G1 and MyTouch 3G in the U.S.) LG Eve, Samsung Galaxy Spica, and soon Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. So instead of a CDMA version as expected, we've got a device that supports 850/1900/2100 MHz 3G/UMTS bands, and one that supports the 900/AWS/2100 MHz 3G/UMTS bands used by T-Mobile.

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