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AT&T Suspends Sales of Nokia Mural

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Sep 11, 2009, 11:23 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated Sep 11, 2009, 12:03 PM

AT&T recently issued an internal memo asking retail stores to temporarily suspend sales of the Nokia Mural 6750. An AT&T spokesperson told Phone Scoop, "Because of a configuration error, the Nokia Mural 6750 is currently operating only on AT&T's 2G network. While the device has no problem connecting calls and data on the 2G network, we know that our customers expect to get the benefits of our 3G network, which led us to take this action. Customers who have purchased the Nokia Mural 6750 may either wait for a replacement Mural available as soon as the week of September 21 or they can be offered another device."

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STEELRIK

Sep 11, 2009, 5:25 PM

Another AT&T incompatibility

Man what's up with AT&T, always having issues with their being uncompatible with them, its sucks Eh? Confused Twisted Evil
How is this AT&T's fault? Did AT&T make the phone? Geez, think before posting!
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Do you read news articles before putting in your two cents? This was Nokia's fault during the manufacturing of the device they turned off the 3G antenna.
yet another fail by someone who hates ATT for no reason. since it completely states that nokia didnt have the 3G set up for the device and ATT wanted the customers to have a better device with 3G and ATT even offers the customer to choose a different ...
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For all of you who think that I´m a AT&T hater, well I have to dissapoint you, but I´m not.


AT&T has several issues of this type during this year with the phones, IM NOT MAKING A BIG OF THIS, I´m only giving my opinion. I think that some...
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Ya, true but it could be a bad batch of chips from Qualcomm... that would be one of the only ways something this catastrophic could happen without getting caught by Quality Assurance.
This was a manufacturing fault, not ATT's. The company had sent out a stop sell/stop ship notice 3 days ago, only a couple of days after the phones hit the stores. ATT is offering customers who purchased the phone the option of either returning the No...
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