Nokia's first ever Windows Phone 8 device, the bulky but well-built Lumia 920, is now on sale for just 99 cents on AT&T's website. With the Nokia Lumia 925 and Lumia 925 selling for $99, and the higher-end Lumia 1020 costing $199, this move makes perfect sense. Note that the Finns are following a very Apple-ish market strategy, who slash the prices of their older generation phones once they introduce their yearly refresh/new model.
Off-contract, the Lumia 920 will set you back by $439.99, which is $10 more expensive than the newer Lumia 925. Perhaps that can be attributed to the fact that the former device comes with twice the internal storage (32 GB) and built-in wireless charging as well.
|Topics||AT&T, Nokia, Lumia 920, Lumia 925, Price Cut, Discount|