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What Android Could Bring to Your Phone

Sep 23, 2008, 22:56 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kevin Purdy)

"The first phone run by Google's Linux-based phone OS, Android, is the HTC Dream, dubbed as the 'G1' by T-Mobile. It's available Oct. 22 for $179 (with a two-year contract), and its unlimited data contract runs $25/month (or $35/month with unlimited messaging), on top of a voice plan. T-Mobile will likely have Android to itself for at least a few months, but Sprint and other carriers are likely waiting in the wings."

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