More interestingly, buyers would be able to have access to a "contract free" G1 (with a price point of $399), and could unlock the device with T-Mobile's blessing after 90 days. Brodman also said that the company's policy of unlocking phones for customers in good standing wouldn't change for this phone.
Sounds good imo.
Anyone knows when I buy a phone here in the U.S. if it will still fully work in Europe
I mean will 3G still be available (same frequencies in U.S. and Europe)
As its quadband GSM phonecalls ans GPRS should work almost worldwide, right
/plusminus for anddev.org