Oh and PS, I know that there are T-Mobile notes for that price, but the AT&T version has the ability to have Jelly Bean on stock, which I need since I'm buying for me and my mom.
I don't believe they made a tmobile note 1. Just at&t, bell, Rodgers, and an international version. The note 1 for at&t does work on tmobile partially. I don't think you will get lte. There are a bunch of radios you can try. Check out the super everything thread in the general section.
Price wise I think 240 bucks is A LOT for a note 1. You might be able to find a note 2 for that much and it's a better phone. There are tmobile, at&t, and Verizon variants of the note 2.
Oh but they did make a Note 1 variant for T-Mobile. http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-tmobile
I tried to find a Note 2, but they're all broken, or have bad ESNs. I don't feel comfortable buying anything with a bad ESN. So you are advising against it?
Thanks for sharing the link with me. I had no idea!
I wouldn't say I'm advising against it. I had a note 1 for 2 years and loved it. 250 seems kinda high for a 2.5yr old device that's intended for a different network then I'm on. If it's brand new with a brand new battery, (Batteries barely make it 1yr in this phone) it might be worth 250 "to me".
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