Microsoft has a sweet deal that comprises a Fitbit Flex and a certain Windows Phone device

Microsoft has a sweet deal that comprises a Fitbit Flex and a certain Windows Phone device
A little while ago we told you that Fitbit and Windows Phone now finally work in a concert, as support for the popular fitness trackers has been quite anticipated. Well, this is a fact now, and it is perfectly natural for carriers and retailers alike to take advantage of this newly-scored 'duet' and offer some nice deals to potential buyers. Naturally, Microsoft is among the first to jump on said bandwagon – up until September 1 (or until they go out of stock), you can get hold of a new Nokia Lumia 635 in bundle with a Fitbit Flex for as low as $148.95 from Redmond's online and brick and mortar shops alike. The deal is only valid in the USA and Puerto Rico.

You can choose between T-Mobile's white and AT&T's black version of the Nokia Lumia 635, both off-contract. Apart from the duo of color and carrier options, customers can have their Fitbit Flex in two different colors, either black or teal. There's a catch, however – the bundle with the T-Mobile version is priced at $178.95, whereas the AT&T one is some $30 cheaper. 

You get to save a little money (up to $50 with the AT&T deal, that is), so if you are on the market for both a mid-range smartphone, such as the Lumia 635, and a fitness tracker, just like the Fitbit Flex, then definitely check out Microsoft's deal. 

source: Microsoft via WPCentral

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Lumia 635

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  • OS Windows Phone 8.1
  • Display 4.5 inches 854 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 1830 mAh


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