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AT&T Next Up for Google's Nexus One

Feb 02, 2010, 18:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"HTC, the Taiwanese builder of the Nexus One smartphone and a variety of other Android-based phones, has submitted documentation to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that point to signs of a new and possibly different Nexus One phone for the A&T network.

"Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) sells the HTC-made phone under its own brand name. Thus far customers have had two choices: buy a phone with a two-year contract on T-Mobile's smaller network for $179, or buy an unlocked phone for $529 and use it on AT&T's older, EDGE network.

"At the launch of the Nexus One in January, Google executives said they had plans to offer a phone for Verizon later this year. Verizon, however, is a CDMA-based network, as is Sprint Nextel"

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