Customers complaining of horrid 3G service on their Google Nexus One, way of T-Mobile, may soon have a fix that helps their devices operate better at the higher speed ceiling.
For customers with decent 3G coverage in their area, HTC and Google are promising that an already being tested software upgrade will fix issues the phone has been experiencing in decent 3G coverage. Other customers unfortunately may have fallen prey to the fact that T-Mobile’s 3G network is still a fledgling upstart and offers the least amount of coverage among the four major carriers in the United States.
According to Google, the over-the-air update should be ready for free download “in the next week or so” of course you won’t be able to fix crappy coverage with software *hint hint T-Mobile.*