Seton Hall freshmen get their Nokia Lumia 900 handsets
AT&T, which has the exclusive rights to the handset in the U.S., and the University, have finished handing out the Windows Phone handset and for the most part, the students are happy. The units that the freshman received are loaded with the Freshman Experience, software which adds customized social media integration and direct communications to other freshman, academic advisors, housing information and roommates. During Orientation, a special class helped the students learn how to take advantage of the features offered by the Nokia Lumia 900. For many in the Class of 2016, it is their first smartphone.
1. Jay_F posted on 26 Jul 2012, 06:13 4 1
I could see the point in handing out tablets or laptops for schooling, but cell phones? Am I the only one that'll just tinker around on the damn thing during class and have it provide no educational value?
2. SonyFTW2020 posted on 26 Jul 2012, 06:19 1 1
hahahah yes it seems a bit odd because they know all too well people would be playing angry birds during class! lmaoooo
5. nightelf91 posted on 26 Jul 2012, 07:07 0 0
Something tells me that the school's administration predicted those problems and made sure that ATT and Nokia tailored the lumias to address these issues. A lot like how most company desktops/laptops don't allow you to install software and access some forms of social media.
4. Glim12808 posted on 26 Jul 2012, 06:45 3 0
Lumia 900 was the highest rated phone 3 months ago! That's not from me, that's from Siri! LOL!
By the way, If Seton Hall gives away Nokia Lumia WP8 units this fall, I'll totally enrol there! LOL!
6. Dunknown posted on 26 Jul 2012, 07:23 1 0
Wow. Giving free Lumia 900 for the students. It sounds unfair for me. Why can't I receive one from my college? By the way, Windows phone OS is great for school use but not entertainment (currently)
7. tluv00 posted on 26 Jul 2012, 12:09 0 0
I would be a little pissed that I am probably paying more in tuition than the past few years of Freshmen yet I am getting the Lumia as opposed to a tablet.
BTW they aren't "free". They are included in tuition.