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Nexus One available on AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus
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Nexus One available on AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus

Today Google began selling its Nexus One handsets for the North American market that are compatible with the 3G network of AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus. The phone comes with no contracts or carrier locks, but it will cost you $529.


Nexus One Buying Menu

According to Phandroid, the option was removed from the website for a short while and then reappeared. AndroidandMe.com reports that Telus and Bell also work with this phone.

This new development is great for AT&T users who wanted an Android phone. The Motorola Backflip which was released not long ago was locked by AT&T in terms of where you could download apps from.

For those of you who saw these figures about the sales figures of the Nexus One, maybe this move will spur purchases.

Other Sources: Phandroid, Android Central, Engadget, Boy Genius Report, Gizmodo, Android and Me

Image from engadget.com

Source: Google

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