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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)
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    8%
  • I'm still on (iOS, Android, Blackberry OS) and am not ready to make a switch (3,097 votes)
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    55%
  • For $99, I'll make a move (963 votes)
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    17%
  • Even if it were free, I still wouldn't switch to Windows Phone (1,085 votes)
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    19%

  • 5,617 total votes


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By Johnmcl7 on 11/9/2012 1:59:27 PM , Rating: 2
I don't like how inflexible and locked down the system is, you essentially do it Microsoft's way or not at all. I used to be a fan of Nokia particularly the Maemo powered N900 but Windows Phone is the complete opposite. As I use my phone a lot there's no point having one I dislike and doesn't do what I want it to do hence if someone offered me a free Lumia 920 or an Iphone5 instead of my own phone (Galaxy Note) I wouldn't hesitate in refusing them as I much prefer the Note.


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