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DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!!!
Also, it's seems to be headed towards AT&T not T-mobile. It sounds promising and if built well, I would recommend it to a customer.
Not because there is something wrong with it, like some kind of security or browser function has some defect.
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Quad-Band EDGE says yes it will work as long as it is unlocked.
Please explain why it won't work.