Nokia Lumia 928 Down To $0.99 On Contract

/ 4 years ago


It seems like Nokia will do anything to shift their Lumia smartphones as the lacklustre demand from the Windows Phone mobile OS stifles demand. The new smartphone from Nokia costs around $499.99 SIM-free which clearly hasn’t inspired many buyers given what else you can get for the $500 price point and the hesitant nature of people to opt for Windows Phone OS. Nokia’s latest tactic to shift some Lumia 928 smartphones comes in partnership with Verizon. On contract in the USA you can now grab a Nokia Lumia 928 smartphone for just $1 if you opt for an individual or family plan 2 year contract with Verizon.

The Nokia Lumia 928 is the newly release smartphone from Nokia boasting a 4.5″ PureMotion HD+ OLED 1280 by 728 display, dual core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. While this phone is probably the best Windows Phone OS smartphone on the market today we are still seeing very slow uptake on Microsoft’s Windows Phone devices as other large smartphone vendors simply refuse to use the Microsoft-built OS in favour of Android. Nokia’s amazing deal with Verizon will surely help although the popularity will be determined by the terms of the Verizon contract which are likely adjusted to account for the “free” handset.

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One Response to “Nokia Lumia 928 Down To $0.99 On Contract”
  1. Wayne says:

    What about Vodafone? Aren’t they affiliated to Verizon?

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