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Google selling Nexus One compatible with 3G networks on AT&T or Rogers

March 16, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka

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Google selling Nexus One compatible with 3G networks on AT&T or Rogers

The Nexus One portal now lists a new phone compatible with the AT&T 3G network. When going to the Nexus One portal to purchase a phone, consumers have a choice of purchasing through T-Mobile or AT&T in the U.S., and Rogers Wireless in Canada.

The Nexus One could previously be purchased for $529 and used on a non-T-Mobile GSM network, but it only supported EDGE speeds. The updated website now lists the phone that “Supports three 3G/UMTS bands (850/1900/2100 MHz)” that are compatible with the 3G networks of AT&T and Rogers.

Interested consumers will still have to pay the full $529 price for the Nexus One – there doesn’t appear to be a subsidy option – but they can at least gain 3G speeds on one of the best Android phones currently on the market.

Google.com/Phone

Thanks for tip, Eric!