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March 03, 2007

E90 FCC Approved - Possibly Heading to T-Mobile

by Darla

E90_fcc_1 Another FCC report, courtesy of Engadget, reveals that the sexy Eseries communicator has been FCC approved

Even though T-Mobile is a bit behind on implementing 3G, the E90 has been approved with a bunch of bands.  T-Mobile has committed to rolling out UMTS / HSDPA on the 1700 and 2100MHz and will be launching its WCDMA network this year.

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[via: Engadget]

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PhoneBoy

I've already debunked that this has any US-based 3G functions. It doesn't.

http://www.phoneboy.com/node/1364

Bradley Jardis (highline)

Darla you sexy diva!

Any idea when I can get this smooth device in my hot little hand?!?!?! I cant wait :)

PS: we miss you on the crew!

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