We've talked at length about how great we think Windows Phone 7 is, but regardless of how good it is, it hasn't translated into amazing sales. Microsoft hopes that changes on April 8th, as the company, along with Nokia and AT&T, are making a colossal bet on the Nokia Lumia 900 being the breakout device for Windows Phone. In fact, the phone just went on sale for pre-order today, and there are some great deals out there. First of all, the Lumia 900 is selling for $99 with two-year contract, which in and of itself is amazing. Further, if you pre-order from Walmart, you can get the device for $49.99 with two-year contract (online only.) Finally, if you're a new AT&T customer, you get a $100 rebate, making the phone free.
Customers who pre-order will have their Lumia 900 smartphones by April 6th, a full two days before they hit store shelves for the masses. Oh, and this is for the black and cyan models. The white Lumia 900 launches April 22. You just don't see deals like this right out of the gate for high-quality 4G LTE smartphones with 4.3-inch AMOLED displays and 8 megapixel auto-focus cameras with dual LED flash! If you're in the market for a new smartphone, you'll wanna take a long, hard look at this one. Pre-order at AT&T or Walmart.
The Nokia Lumia 900 is launching on April 8, and AT&T, Microsoft, and Nokia are gonna do everything possible to make sure you know about the amazing deal you're getting for the 4G LTE Windows Phone device at $99 (and we agree--it is a steal.) That said, if you want the striking white model (shown above,) you're gonna have to wait a couple weeks extra. The white Lumia 900 won't launch until April 22, a full two weeks after the black and cyan models hit the streets. Sure, it's a delay, but it's nowhere near as long a wait as white iPhone 4 customers had to deal with!
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