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New Version of Nexus One Supports the AT&T 3G Network

nexusone.jpgGoogle has released a new version of the Nexus One that supports AT&T’s 3G network. The previous version of the phone worked at different 3G frequencies; therefore, AT&T customers were restricted to the slower EDGE network. Like the previous model, the new Nexus One can be purchased unlocked directly from Google’s store for use with most SIM cards from GSM carriers for the price of $529. Unlike T-Mobile, AT&T is not offering to subsidize the phone for new customers.

Google has also announced that Nexus Ones can now be shipped to Canada and that the new version works with the Rogers Wireless network. The Nexus One Help Center explains the difference between the versions and which version should be purchased depending on carrier preference.

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