Buy a Lumia WP8 handset from Nokia's US stores, claim a Monster Purity headphones holiday gift

Buy a Lumia WP8 handset from Nokia's US stores, claim a Monster Purity headphones holiday gift
Not only is Nokia engaged in a price war with HTC over the new crop of Windows Phone 8 handsets for quickly gaining market share, but it is also throwing in free accessories to sweeten the pot.

After AT&T customers of the Lumia 920 got a free charging pad deal, now all fans who buy a Nokia Lumia 920 or 820 from AT&T, a Lumia 822 from Verizon, and a Lumia 810 from T-Mobile between November 20 and December 31, can claim a free set of quality Monster Purity headphones.

The gift is set as a mail-in rebate that requires the typical cutting of UPC barcodes and mailing stuff, but in the end you'll get a free pair of buds that go for $90. Here are the official rules:



Unfortunately, Nokia's Media Relations VP Doug Dawson clarified that those "participating retail stores" are actually Nokia's own eight stores in the US, not any carrier shop: "We are very pleased by the positive response to our Lumia range in the US. And I agree, there are some great holiday deals to be had. However, this particular promotion is an exclusive offer available only through our 8 pop-up stores in the US. We apologize for the confusion."

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5 Comments

1. chunk1x

Posts: 248; Member since: Jun 25, 2011

Monster stinks! Do an Audio Technica and we have a deal.

2. TheCynicalTechie

Posts: 78; Member since: Nov 19, 2012

I prefer the Meze headphones myself.

3. eisenbricher

Posts: 973; Member since: Aug 09, 2012

These in-ears don't sound so good, that I know but at least they are much better than stock Nokia headsets. And best thing is that they come in matching colors with your Lumia. Audiophiles like us should always expect to shell out extra for our pleasure. What do you expect, getting a Sennheiser HD800 with the Lumia free? Grow up people. And btw take a look at the crap in-ears SS throws with their phones. At least monster is 1000x better than that.

9. gazmatic

Posts: 807; Member since: Sep 06, 2012

Nokia should work out a licensing deal with Sennheiser. That'll have people flocking. Best sound quality at reasonable price

10. seopene

Posts: 2; Member since: Nov 26, 2012

i need the lumia 920 phone, but i aam in nigeria. how do i get one please. nigeria is not in yhe states of delievery but i want to buy one...

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