November 20, 2012, 4:58 A.M., Tuesday, New York local time — The new Nokia Lumia 920 is cheaper than ever on contract. Following AT&T’s surprise $99.99 price tag offering, Amazon Wireless posts its own offer for the AT&T Nokia Lumia 920 to lure customers.
Benefitting from AT&T and Amazon Wireless’ promos, the new Nokia Lumia 920 running Windows Phone 8 is cheaper than some of its Android and iPhone rivals.
First, the AT&T on-contract price for the Nokia Lumia 920 sporting the attractive $99.99 price tag. Of course, customers are required to sign with AT&T for 2-year exclusive service.
The latest offering comes from Amazon Wireless, the aggressive online store of Amazon.com which now offers the Nokia Lumia 920 for $69.99 with the 2-year contract with AT&T. According to GSM Arena, Amazon’s Nokia Lumia 920 is more expensive today than last week, up from its original $49.99 price tag on contract.
Also worth noting is the free wireless charger from AT&T on every order of the new Nokia Lumia 920. According to third-party stores, the cheapest wireless charger for the Nokia Lumia 920 is priced at $75 each, while the most expensive costs $105 each unit.
If you’re not into contract agreement with AT&T or wants your Nokia Lumia 920 clean and free from carrier branding, the unlocked Nokia Lumia 920 from online retailers are expected to ship by Thanksgiving, but you need to pay a hefty fee of $750 plus shipping, handling and taxes, but you’re free from commitment.
Except the cyan model, third-party retailers said they will resume shipping the Nokia Lumia 920 models unlocked before the end of this month in United States and other major markets overseas.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is powered by a dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, Windows Phone 8, and features a large 4.5-inch touchscreen display with 332 pixels per inch, 8.7-megapixel primary camera, a front-facing HD video/photo and video chat camera and a slew of Nokia apps pre-installed that will allow customers to tap the features of the smartphone like bluetooth, NFC, Accelerometer, Gyro and more.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is currently competing with top-end Android smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S3, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Google Nexus 4, and of course, the “latest and greatest” iPhone yet, the Apple iPhone 5.
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