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Nokia Lumia 920 AT&T due today with no contract price

Under: AT&T, Nokia
Date: November 7th, 2012

Those over in the good old US of A that have had their eyes on the Lumia 920, and their carrier of choice is AT&T, you might like to know that AT&T will make the Nokia smartphone available on three price options, including a no contract price for those that don’t wish to have any commitment.

The Nokia Lumia 920 will be available from AT&T for a no contract price of $449.99 due today, if you simply cannot stand committing to the carrier. However if you don’t mind signing your life away there are two other options available.

You can opt for a two-year contract, which will get you the Windows Phone for $99 giving you a saving of $350 on that no contract price. Or, if you wish you can opt for signing up to a one-year agreement, which will set you back $349.99 for the smartphone.

The Nokia Lumia 920 is of course an LTE enabled Windows Phone 8 smartphone that will play nice on AT&T’s 4G network, and offers a 4.5-inch IPS PureMotion HD touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 2, a 1.5GHz Snapdragon dual core processor, an 8 megapixel rear facing auto-focus camera with dual LED flash and Carl Zeiss optics, 1080p video, and a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera.

The AT&T Lumia 920 also offers Xbox Music, NFC, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.1, A-GPS, Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive, several preloaded AT&T apps such as AT&T Navigator, AT&T U-verse live TV, and AT&T Music.

The smartphone measures 5.13 x 2.79 x 0.42-inches with a weight of 6.5 ounces, and comes with a 2000mAh battery said to be good for up to 9-hours of talk time and up to 13-days of standby time, and available in several colour options.

So there you have the price options for the AT&T Nokia Lumia 920, which option will you be going for, commitment or off contract?

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  • kingp

    AT&T won’t let you buy the phone, even at the “no commitment” price, without signing up for service. It’s a friggin’ joke. I hate you AT&T.

  • Vijay

    Yeah, not sure what is the fun in paying ‘no commitment’ price if you still have to sign up for their service. However, I noticed that best buy do not ask for your ATT details, if you take the ‘no contract’ option. The price however at best buy is $599. Not sure, what the difference is.

    • Nam

      I believe you can call them afterward (within 3 days of receiving the phone) to cancel the service right away without any additional charges. At least this was the case with all other “no commitment” phones I got from them

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