Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Jan 2011 23:19 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless You may not have noticed it, but in the past six months, we've been experiencing a true massacre. Not one written in blood, but one written in microchips and touchscreen displays. The scene of the crime? The United States. The perpetrator? Google's Android. The victims? Everybody else.
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RE[3]: iPhone on Verizon
by TemporalBeing on Tue 4th Jan 2011 18:30 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: iPhone on Verizon"
TemporalBeing
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"My Nexus One is unlocked which means I am able to take it to the carrier of my choice.


Yeah, assuming your carrier of choice in the US is either T-Mobile or AT&T. So then for me, it's a choice of standing in the middle of the street to get a signal at my house, or deal with a company who consistently ranks in the top 5 companies having the absolute worst customer service.

If Google ever releases a CDMA phone, then we'll talk.
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Well, you can get several different unlocked phones from Google still - but you have to register as an Android Developer first (for a cost of $25 USD). I'm sure you can pick up a CDMA model if you like.

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