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    Kudos to you T-Mobile customers

    You guys have suffered long enough....

    Enjoy that device. I'm sure it will meet expectations for most ( a few will never be satisfied)

    I'll wait to see what tranpires for ATT in the next 6 or so months on the 850 front. Looking forward to reading the early adopter threads. They are always fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bong
    You guys have suffered long enough....


    too long...

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    LOL RUMORS.

    This thread should be closed.


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    Hopefully N900 will be a good start, and make a new tri-3G standard
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    fair enough.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mooninite
    LOL RUMORS.

    This thread should be closed.
    It's not RUMORS
    It's a fact the phone, at least so far, supports TMobile 3G, not AT&T 3G.
    And it's great to T-Mobile customers.

    The only rumor is if T-Mobile will also release it as a subsidized branded phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdull
    The only rumor is if T-Mobile will also release it as a subsidized branded phone.
    1) It won't be branded. Nokia has stated they won't brand Maemo devices. Besides, you could go rm -rf /t-mobile and remove the branding in a few seconds.
    2) That's what I was talking about and all the recent "OMG t-MOBILE GETS N900!!!" threads are uncalled for.

    Wow. The N900 has t-mobile 3g bands? I never knew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooninite
    1) It won't be branded. Nokia has stated they won't brand Maemo devices. Besides, you could go rm -rf /t-mobile and remove the branding in a few seconds.
    2) That's what I was talking about and all the recent "OMG t-MOBILE GETS N900!!!" threads are uncalled for.

    Wow. The N900 has t-mobile 3g bands? I never knew!
    There have been contracting information circulating about branded or not on the web.
    The latest info from engadget was
    Nokia has now come clean and stated that those very reports -- you know, the ones that "erroneously suggested that Nokia will not support operator customization for Maemo devices" -- are "simply incorrect."
    http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/11/n...-carrier-cust/

    However, they didn't quote the source.
    (edit, it does have a link to http://conversations.nokia.com/2009/...for-operators/)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooninite
    1) It won't be branded. Nokia has stated they won't brand Maemo devices.
    That was false bro

    http://conversations.nokia.com/2009/...for-operators/

    Like you have mentioned though. It can easily be removed.

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