Smartphone shopping? 3 new Windows Phone deals you shouldn’t miss

Smartphone shopping? 3 new Windows Phone deals you shouldn’t miss

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Holiday shopping season is kicking into gear. And so are the perks for people buying new Nokia Lumia smartphones with Windows Phone 8. Here’s a rundown of three limited-time offers and deals you don’t want to pass up:

#1 $20 app credit from Nokia

Nokia is offering a $20 app voucher to anyone who picks up a new Lumia 925, 928, 1020, or 1520—credit you can use to complete your phone’s Angry Birds collection, or even apply to apps for Windows 8 and Xbox. The promotion, which runs until Jan. 15, is being offered in dozens of markets around the world. Since rollout timing and phone availability depends on where you live, watch Nokia’s website for more details and the fine print.

Starting today, Nokia is giving a $20 app card to anyone who picks up a new Lumia 925, 928, 1020, or 1520

#2 Free apps and accessories from Microsoft Store

That’s not the only freebie for buying a new Windows Phone. As I mentioned recently, the Microsoft Store is running its own juicy promotion on the big new Lumia 1520, which arrives at AT&T on Nov. 22. Buy one of these bad boys—which sports a 6-inch HD screen and room for more Start tiles—from the Microsoft store and you’ll get that $20 Nokia app card plus a $50 app card from Microsoft. Reserve a 1520 during the pre-order period and you’ll get even more free stuff, like a new flip cover. Read all the details here, then head over to the Microsoft Store website to order.

Buy a Nokia Lumia 1520 from the Microsoft Store and get a $70 worth of app credit plus other free stuff.

#3 Lumia 2520 bundle deal from AT&T

Eyeing Nokia’s dreamy new Windows tablet? AT&T announced today that if you buy a Lumia 925, 1020, or 1520 smartphone, you can pick up the Lumia 2520 tablet with Windows RT 8.1 starting Nov. 22 for only $199 with a standard two-year contract. In other words, you can get a new Nokia phone and tablet at AT&T for what the tablet alone would’ve cost you. (And don’t forget that $20 Nokia app voucher.) Check out today’s Windows Experience Blog post for more details.

Buy a Lumia 925, 1020, or 1520 smartphone, you can pick up the Lumia 2520 tablet with Windows RT 8.1 for only $199 with standard two-year contract.

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  • nice but you can always visit

  • my friend's mom makes $84 every ho0ur on the computer. She has been out of a job for 9 months but last month her pay was $14824 just working on the computer for a few hours. hop over to this sit

  • As far as carrier exclusives' go,, I'm almost positive they will end now that Microsoft is taking over the Lumia line.. Like Surface tablets are sold almost everywhere,, I'm sure we will see the same with future Lumia devices... I'm so sure❕

  • i really loved your upgrade products...

  • @ ABM.. Nice to talk to you.. Yeah, I want to get the 1520, but it's up to what att let's me do as far as upgrading early. My 920 is only a year old.. But, if I can't it's ok,, because like I said,, I have a 920❕

  • abm
    268 Posts

    Hey , didn't knew you are still around.. its being a long time! I remember you and  

    used to share cool ideas in early days of windows phone. :P

    Anyway, are you getting any of the new devices? Which one are you carrying these days?

    I am planning to get 1520, off-contract right from Nokia (with Qi).. if they are gonna offer it soon..

  • When the Lumia 2520 will launch in India

  • @ Michael Stroh.. Well, the people have spoken❕.. I think it's time for MS/Nokia to step up and get more WP devices to more carriers.. And, att representatives are still turning people away from WP.. The other day I was in a Arlington, TX corporate store, and the representatives working there asked me if I really liked the 1520. I said yes, and I intend on getting one, and the store reps asked me why would I do that.. Now that's horrible.. Year, after year, the same old stuff..

  • While the offers are interesting, they hardly qualify for mass marketing campaigns. Microsoft and Nokia should be looking at vendors who move volume like Best Buy and if they want to gain market share. Samsung sells the Galaxy line literally everywhere. This is small potatoes.

  • LindaE
    0 Posts

    I agree with all the comments.  Makes ya wonder just how much AT&T is paying MicroSoft for these exclusives.  I've been begging US Cellular to get some Nokia phones, but no luck. :-(

  • Agreed. AT&T is NOT doing the platform any favors! They are slow to push updates, the platform is NOT promoted within stores very well in spite of strong platform growth, and they continue to limit choice of colors and gimp specs (ie. 16GB non-wireless charging version of 1520).

    Make this STOP.

  • I agree.  AT&T Exclusives are going to KILL Windows Phone and Nokia.  Enough is enough.  I'm OK with AT&T running a special but They now have the 1020 AND 1520 and no one else has anything high end.  AT&T service sucks so I'm not going to move.

  • vieya
    44 Posts

    When will there be a nokia phone for sprint? Please stop with the AT&T exclusives.