wp7-reuters-640x480[1]Had your eye on ones of those fancy Windows Phone devices? Well don’t fret, starting today you can pick up the HTC Surround, and Samsung Focus from your AT&T on the website, in person, or via the Microsoft Store. Go ahead, you know you want to.

3 Comments on “Windows Phone Launches in the US”

    • I 100% agree. I really would love to get the WP7, but I’m sticking with Verizon. I’m still scratching my head as to why AT&T managed to nab both WP7 and iPhone. But in either case, my current phone will last me until next Spring, so hopefully Verizon has a Dell Windows Phone 7 device by then!

  1. @dorman

    The reason why AT&T has grabbed WP7 quicker is because of the service type that AT&T utilizes. The reason why Verizon and Sprint are late on the picking is because they actually use a different type of signal or service (sorry not 100% on the technical term for it) The type AT&T uses is the common one that practically every mobile service around the world uses, Verizon and Sprint decided to be different and use a different type of service technology that it would take longer to integrate WP7 for Verizon and Sprint both. Make sense?

    Hah my phone is already going to crap, the battery lasts a few hours maybe…
    and it freezes and glitches constantly, hope January comes quicker!

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