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Microsoft/Nokia/AT&T are going for the throat with Lumia 920 pricing

Is $99 for the Nokia Lumia 920 cheap enough to make you switch to Windows Phone 8?
  • I'm already on Windows Phone (472 votes)
  • I'm still on (iOS, Android, Blackberry OS) and am not ready to make a switch (3,097 votes)
  • For $99, I'll make a move (963 votes)
  • Even if it were free, I still wouldn't switch to Windows Phone (1,085 votes)

  • 5,617 total votes

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Where is my option?
By Trisped on 11/6/2012 6:34:49 PM , Rating: 3
Where is the "I would if it was available on my carrier without a contract." option?

RE: Where is my option?
By Myrandex on 11/7/2012 12:18:02 PM , Rating: 2
Its called buy the phone outright ($450) and pop in a GSM card of your choosing (after ensuring it is SIM unlocked - and hope that your carrier has a frequency that the phone supports) :) That's the beauty of GSM at least.

RE: Where is my option?
By Trisped on 11/8/2012 4:00:47 PM , Rating: 2
From what I have read the 920 is carrier locked if you buy the phone from AT&T (on or off contract).

Unfortunately, despite the fact that you don't have a contract attached to handset, it is still locked to AT&T's network. So don't even think about trying to run off to T-Mobile or another carrier.

RE: Where is my option?
By corduroygt on 11/10/2012 4:41:07 AM , Rating: 2
You can still use it in AT&T MVNO's such as Straight Talk, Red Pocket, NET10 etc.
They are cheaper than AT&T but still use its crappy network.

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