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CDMA Nexus One gets FCC approval

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 26 Feb 2010 19:55 User comments (1)

CDMA Nexus One gets FCC approval According to UnwiredView, the CDMA version of the Google Nexus One has been approved by the FCC, meaning the smartphone should be headed to Verizon in the near future.
The approved phone has model name PB99300, whereas the GSM version currently available is PB99100.

Neither Google or Verizon would give a specific date, or a price, but expect the phone sometime in March, with a similar price to that of its GSM counterpart on T-Mobile, at $180 with contract.


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127.2.2010 1:11

Don't count on any sales support though. I tried to buy this but when I saw I'm locked into a 500 minute plan, I tried to reach support with a few last-minute questions. NON-EXISTANT. The contact number refers you back to the website and it actually requires you to enter your order number to talk with anyone. In other words, they won't talk to you until you already paid for the device. In my experience, pre-sales support is BETTER than post-sale. Hmmmm. I ran back to my current provider, thanks.

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