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    Top 5 AWS 1700/2100 Android phones.

    Hey guys,

    I am going to be changing to a new cell phone carrier (Wind Mobile) and would like to know what are the best Android phones available on their network.

    Thanks

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    Ok and for under 600$?

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    MyTouch 3G, T-Mobile G1
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    I would say the Nexus One, and then the MyTouch 3G Fender edition, the one with the wood grain.

    Overall the screen on the NX1 is more responsive than the MT3G, but the four buttons on the bottom of the glass screen needs to be more responsive. On the MT3G, these buttons are real physical buttons and are very positive to touch and press on.

    I find the MT3G (HTC Magic) to be a very livable phone on day to day situatiions, for an Android on the budget and easy to respond to fast calls or make them because of its physical buttons.
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    Awesome thanks everyone for your replies.

    I have been looking into the MyTouch 3G Fender Edition, however I keep seeing that a data plan is required and would like to know if that is a t-mobile requirement and would not apply since I will not be using t-mobile or a phone requirement as I would like to have the flexibility of not having a data plan if my finances do not permit it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Messudy
    Awesome thanks everyone for your replies.

    I have been looking into the MyTouch 3G Fender Edition, however I keep seeing that a data plan is required and would like to know if that is a t-mobile requirement and would not apply since I will not be using t-mobile or a phone requirement as I would like to have the flexibility of not having a data plan if my finances do not permit it.
    If you aren't joining T-mo, how would they make you get a data plan?

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    The nexus is under 600 (529 US)

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    I read that moto XT is good for the price ($330) and I tried a bit in person.
    I may get it as the very first Android phone.



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    Maybe the Milestone or the GSM Hero if they are AWS capable.

    But yeah, I'm gonna say either myTouch or Cliq. If you're close to the border, you can probably find a decent one on craigslist for under $250.


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    CLIQ XT is pretty nice though I agree, it also was getting better reception in the T-Mobile store than my CLIQ, probably due to how thin it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownk2j View Post
    MyTouch 3G, T-Mobile G1
    Dude are those speeds on WIND's network because that is pretty darn fast. Also, where are you located and if you don't mind, which part of that city. For instance I am in Downtown Toronto and I do not get those speeds on Mobilicity.

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    Here's a list of all Android phones with AWS. Take your pick!

    http://www.gsmarena.com/results.php3...e=0&sFreeText=
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