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Nokia Lumia 900 to drop to $49.99 starting Sunday?

0. phoneArena posted on 14 Jul 2012, 03:50

Word from an insider at AT&T is that the Windows Phone flagship Nokia Lumia 900 will be sliced in price to $49.99 on contract at AT&T which includes a deal for $50 in free accessories; at the same time, AT&T's exclusive pink model will also launch on Sunday for the same price...

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posted on 14 Jul 2012, 08:43 3

11. tigermcm (Posts: 860; Member since: 02 Sep 2009)

my fiance almost had me sold in switching her from Sprint to At&t for this deal. Thought about it for a few minutes almost thought she was a different peron trying to make me do this

posted on 14 Jul 2012, 10:12 5

16. jack1059 (Posts: 72; Member since: 31 Mar 2012)

Balmer really threw nokia under a bus. So this is a partnership with MS eh. Kind of like dating a serial kiler and hoping it'll turn out ok. The lumia flagship and the rest of the line is in the discount bin now.

posted on 14 Jul 2012, 11:51 1

20. MeoCao (unregistered)

Haha, very scary analogy, but close.

posted on 14 Jul 2012, 15:22 1

25. haseebzahid (Posts: 1853; Member since: 22 Feb 2012)

that is exaclty why MS never told that before that is the only reson no wp7.5 phones where saled hot yet the reviewes were impresive people were holding back because of wp8 not that wp7 was bad its all on MS they are EVIL

posted on 15 Jul 2012, 21:06

33. Edmund (Posts: 656; Member since: 13 Jul 2012)

OK listen up you clowns. I'm pretty sure nobody here has ever been in charge of an international Telecommunications company with $17 billion (that's $17,000,000,000) worth of operating expenses to pay.
Restructuring a company successfully requires a significant amount of money and investment; It also doesn't happen overnight. You still need a source of revenue to keep bankers happy otherwise the new strategy will fail even before it's implemented. This is where RIM will come unstuck, mark my words.
The situation is far from ideal, but I believe it was the right thing to do under the circumstances. At the end of the day, a few unhappy bloggers quickly becomes irrelavent when you've just lost 30 million customers in the space of a year or so.

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