Nokia Lumia 920 still comes with a free wireless charging pad, AT&T extends promo

There's a lot to like about the Nokia Lumia 920. Its back is graced by a pretty capable PureView camera while an eye-pleasing, high-res screen resides on its front. You do get, however, a few more bells and whistles, such as the super sensitive touchscreen and the support for wireless charging.

And speaking of wireless charging, you'll still get a free charging pad with the purchase of a Nokia Lumia 920 from AT&T. Yup, the carrier has extended the end date of its promo, which was originally supposed to be over by January 10. Its end date is now set to February 21, meaning that you still have over a month to decide whether you want one or not. 

The Nokia Lumia 920 is currently in stock with AT&T, priced at $100 with a 2-year contract and ranked as the carrier's hottest smartphone right now, according to its web page. To learn more about the handset, feel free to read our Nokia Lumia 920 review.

source: AT&T via IntoMobile

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Lumia 920
  • Display 4.5" 768 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 8.7 MP / 1.3 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus, Dual-core, 1500 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 2000 mAh(10.8h 3G talk time)



1. UrbanPhantom

Posts: 949; Member since: Oct 30, 2012

The Lumia 920 is a great device, and has many excellent features that totally make up for whatever small amount of added weight, versus other flimsy and poorly constructed smartphones in it's class. Also, the wireless charging feature is awesome! I just place it casually on the charging plate, and don't have to bother hunting for the cord, and then pain-stakingly inserting the micro usb into a tiny slot. That means less wear and tear on the body of the device, and one less redundant task in life to take up my precious time and patience ;o) There do appear to be lots of haters who like to post negative comments, but I suspect they are mostly Android and iOS fans who have never actually used the product, or any other WP8 mobile device for that matter. However, the Lumia 920 absolutely rocks...

2. rusticguy

Posts: 2828; Member since: Aug 11, 2012

When does any company start giving accessories free right from launch date and why and then keeps extending the offer? Does it means that product is overpriced so they could afford to dangle the free offer carrot ? Nokia HW is indisputably great. OS i don't like Vista8 ... or Windows phone 8 or whatever it is called. I heard next one is going to be called something windows blue (movie)?

3. UrbanPhantom

Posts: 949; Member since: Oct 30, 2012

It's your presious iPhone 5 that is over-priced, and lacking in features. Also, the wireless charging feature rocks, and if they give away the charging plate for free, you'd have to be crazy to complain...

4. ZeroCide

Posts: 818; Member since: Jan 09, 2013

Hes using his wireless charging feature or the great NFC transfer feature that came whith his overhyped, overpriced fruity phone.

6. RaginCajun84

Posts: 2; Member since: Jan 29, 2013

Ok, Nokia was not the first with the overpriced phones and we all know it. But hey, I'll take the charger since I really miss my Pre+ and HP dumped all over Web OS instead of updating. Hell, I have been having wireless charging for my phones (when they were still around) and tablets (yeah, caught the $99 fire sale). It works great and is pulling me toward the 920.

5. RaginCajun84

Posts: 2; Member since: Jan 29, 2013

Aww man, I had just decided to go with another phone because I had missed the free charger. I made my peace with staying with android and all that, I was even getting jazzed about Jelly Bean, but then AT&T throws a monkey wrench into the mix. I can get the charge pad or I can get two for one on the 920's and let my wife upgrade from her 900 (which she loves) for the same cost. Damn, that Sony/Samsung/HTC was starting to look good to me.

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