- 02-08-2011, 04:36 PM #2
Its unsure at this point. The few specs i can find on the net suggest that they support more UK freq then US freq. But you never know.Personal: Sprint Galaxy Nexus LTE, Nexus 7 16gb tablet
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Well it will be on Verizon which for me is a total shock. With the Relationship ive seen that AT&T carried most sony ericsson phones. They didnt say it was exclusively at least i dont think they did but i guess i wont be getting this one. Although the Arc looks pretty nice and legit. Choices choices.
- 02-13-2011, 02:03 PM #4
I'm pretty surprised this thing is hitting Verizon. Like Blopez said, I was almost certain we'd see this on AT&T. Well, just another interesting choice for those of us on Big Red. I won't complain
Lol Chris. Yeah I didnt like verizon when i was with them. They're reception is good i get same reception with AT&T. I would of liked it on AT&T. This is just making my choice to get the Atrix more of a guarantee deal for me. Im waiting on HTC and see what they announce. Oh well. Verizon is getting cooler phones before it was AT&T or Tmobile getting the cool phones.
- 02-13-2011, 02:20 PM #6
They all switch on and off in terms of who gets a good selection of phones. AT&T will likely be stepping things up a bit now that Verizon has the iPhone (or at least they should).
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- 04-24-2011, 10:08 PM #9
I was discouraged a bit knowing SE has never made a CDMA device and then when it was announced it was coming to Verizon shocked me as well. Having a PSP-3000 might seem to be pointless to get this phone. Best of both worlds I guess is the point with this device.
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