Windows Phone - 25 January 2012
Author: David K

imageBGR just got a hold of AT&T’s roadmap and note:

According to our source, the Nokia Lumia 900 is set to launch on March 18th, which has been rumored before. The phone hasn’t yet received technical acceptance however, so that date could change. The bigger news is the phone’s price: AT&T and Nokia are planning to launch this flagship smartphone at just $99.99 on a two-year contract.

I can hold off until March 18 (and that’s the same day we heard from Paul Thurrott) and at that price my house will have two of them but unlike the Focus hopefully we can get different colors so I stop confusing my phone with my wife’s.

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Any of you as excited as me? If they start advertising the hell out of this thing and have it at a $100 price point they’ll sell a lot of these.









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(7) Readers Comments

  1. I might be buying two myself. I can see the plan Nokia is aiming for and those are some smart cookies in Espoo.

  2. Wow! $99 is a massively awesome price point. If the Titan 2 is the usual $199, the features would have to be tons better.
    I really like black for my gadgets, but I may have to get a color-I bet my husband will want one too!

  3. This is great news. I was planning on getting one anyway but this makes it even sweeter.

    And if this news is true, I bet places like Amazon, Costco, etc might even have it for free. Wishful thinking but you never know.

  4. I do hope that AT&T decides to put more than three (of each color) of these babys in each store at launch, as they have done with the previous two WP releases. Nothing worse than getting skunked after building up all that anticipation. Could push some weaker folk to the dark side.

  5. Yawn, the price is right. I’ve yet to see a Nokia device that impresses me. Wake me up when they get serious about making an upper end device.

  6. @Stan_City That’s why I still will want to handle them.

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