How's this for a stupid question? AT&T wants to know if they should carry the Galaxy Nexus.

No really, they aren't sure. They straight-up asked on Google+:


Here's how you can help. You'll need a Google+ account (resistance is futile). Go here, and +1 the 4th comment.

You have now helped. Good job.

Another important thing to know, the GSM build of the Galaxy Nexus uses a penta-band modem, so, if you can unlock it, it will actually work with AT&T and T-Mobile.

If you haven't +1'd yet, what the heck is wrong with you? Go!

via Matt Cutts Google+

Ron Amadeo
Ron loves everything related to technology, design, and Google. He always wants to talk about "the big picture" and what's next for Android, and he's not afraid to get knee-deep in an APK for some details. Expect a good eye for detail, lots of research, and some lamenting about how something isn't designed well enough.
  • lettcco

    I will +1 it so I can buy it outright and use it on tmobile!

    • curious.

      If it's on AT&T, we can use it on T-Mobile? That'd be amazing!

      • lettcco

        yes, it's the first pentaband (both AT&T 3G and Tmobile 3G) will work on Hspa+ version of galaxy nexus.

  • Paul Hildebrandt

    If only Sprint would ask, I'm sure I wouldn't be the only one interested. +1'd anyway, out of principle

  • jdm4u

    Lettcco, that's the only reason why I +1'd the post. I want one for T-Mobile.

  • https://plus.google.com/107660694691490689283 toebee97

    That link's a big ol' 404 now.

  • CountRock

    Yup! 404! link dead!

  • J

    I just want to be able to buy the HSPA+ version in the US off-contract. I suppose if AT&T isn't going to modify it and it's still the pentaband unlocked version I'll go for it.

  • New_Guy

    Did they really just ask that question???