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    Wondering if the 810 will work on the AT&T network. Has anyone tried it? I much prefer it to the 920.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmaxim View Post
    Wondering if the 810 will work on the AT&T network. Has anyone tried it? I much prefer it to the 920.
    Well, if you prefer the 810 to the 920, why not get an AT&T 820? It's the same as the 810 on T-Mobile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedtouch View Post
    Well, if you prefer the 810 to the 920, why not get an AT&T 820? It's the same as the 810 on T-Mobile.
    I do not believe they are.
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    Actually, the 810 is a bit better than the 820 if you consider the bigger battery and better FFC.
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    Actually, the 810 is a bit better than the 820 if you consider the bigger battery and better FFC.
    ...... and Gorilla Glass! I also think the 810 looks nicer and the feel of the matte battery door is AWESOME! Also,the 810 doesn't pick up fingerprints while the 820 is a fingerprint magnet. I believe the 810 will work on AT&T's network since the phone does have the 1900MHz band support but it must be unlocked and I don't know how you would get an unlocked 810 this early after launch. Regardless I would wait until somebody else tries it on the AT&T network before purchasing. My 810 is perfect! I can't imagine carrying any other phone after having it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmaxim View Post
    Wondering if the 810 will work on the AT&T network. Has anyone tried it? I much prefer it to the 920.
    If I knew anyone on AT&T I would unlock it and try it, but alas I don't.

    That being said, an unlocked 810 should work on AT&T without a problem - it has 3G bands for both 850 and 1900, and that's what AT&T uses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmaxim View Post
    I do not believe they are.
    I stand corrected. You are absolutely right. Sorry for the bad info!
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    810 FTW! :D

    I'm really soooooooo glad T-Mobile went exclusive and just didn't slap their logo on the 820! Great thinking!

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