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Lumia 920

DEAL ALERT: Nokia Lumia 920 available for free through AT&T

Want some free Lumias? Of course you do! AT&T currently has the Nokia flagship Lumia 920 Windows Phone listed for free when taken out with a two-year contract. Checking out the official online store will present one with an online discount that drives down the price of the handset with only the contract to be added to the monthly bills.

Be sure to read our in-depth review of the Lumia 920 for more information about the Windows Phone. Colour choices include white, black, yellow, cyan and red.

Source: AT&T; thanks to animalkracker and Naveen for the tips!



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Micah Dawson says:

This hopefully will increase even more sales.

rodneyej says:

Ya think???... Lol. Just joking.

hopmedic says:

Or (hopefully) drive down the price of 928

aeronaught says:

Anyone know the time limit for price adjustments?

pickypg says:

Usually two weeks, but sometimes up to a month, if you get the right representative.

Z10YkakPES says:

Smart move, knowing that 928 coming out soon

This makes me think a new Lumia for AT&T is coming sooner rather than later. Maybe we are going to get more than just the 928 announced next week?

Jazmac says:

Great minds Brandon. I had the exact same thought. Might be time to craft a Craigslist ad.

xconomicron says:

According to Digitimes, market watchers are expecting the EOS to be announced next week. I think it is possible. At least more plausible than the 928 being announced next week. (due to that it wouldn't all make sense to announce a Verizon only phone at a euro conference). -if that were the case, why didn't Nokia plan a US conference like they did for the 920?

rodneyej says:

Good point little pickle!!!

blackhawk556 says:

Looks like at&t is reducing their low sale products to free today. HTC first was also dropped to free today.

CJ Thunder says:

Difference is the First has been out three weeks and the 920, six months. It is time for some new at&t Nokia phones.

blackhawk556 says:

Yup that's true.

pressstart says:

New AT&T Nokia phones means more whining from "early adopters"

I don't think so. This time around 920 owners will be able to upgrade to the new version of the OS and still use (presumably) the majority of coming apps and new features for some time to come. The same couldn't be said for the 900 or 800 owners.

peterfares says:

This is true. The Lumia 900 buyers have every right to complain. They were sold a phone with advertisements stating "THE BETA TEST IS OVER" where the 900 turned out to be the most beta-like product ever. The 920 came out just months later and support for the 900 was all but dropped.

YetiBoney says:

Considering that the 900 has received multiple updates since the 920 was launched, including one that just started trickling out today, your claim that support for the 900 "was all but dropped" is manifestly untrue.

CJ Thunder says:

While the 900 is my only phone I use, my gf upgraded to the 920 as her Surround lasted longer than my Focus. I feel a little burned. A little.

walter1832 says:

Ok all you WP7' is your chance to join the club!

jake69 says:

Nope...I'm holding out for the next flagship phone. ;)

xconomicron says:

Ditto...its already almost time for the next wave of phones. Plus my upgrade doesn't go into effect till July.

goldenpipes says:

This is exactly my kerfuffle/conundrum...

Shobiz says:

I want to jump. I'll try and hold out.

binthham says:

I'm waiting for T-Mobile or Sprint to come out with their new Windows Phones this summer. I'm not a big AT&T fan. They're too shifty.

WilliamC1972 says:

T Mobile is even worse!!!!

sdreamer says:

Can't.... stuck in Lumia 900 contract limbo :( till Nov at least...

MikeSo says:

They can probably cut you a deal if you call.
I am torn. I am thinking of switching to T-Mobile to support their no contract business model, but I am with AT&T right now. I called and asked how much the penalty would be to cancel my contract and they said $205 right now. I would make that back in FOUR MONTHS with the Walmart T-Mobile plan for my unlocked Lumia 900! But AT&T told me they'd allow me to extend my contract right now and give me $50 credit if I stayed (my 900 has a cracked screen that has become non-responsive twice in the last week, so on it's last legs)... said I could call back within the next few days and let them know.
So now this seems pretty tempting... but that $103 bill every month is not.

RedVagabond says:

$50 off one time vs. a super low bill every month.  I can't imagine that's actually a hard decision.  Just pick up a refurbished 810 to tide you over if you want to wait for a newer phone.  Or craigslist one for a couple bucks.  You save SO much money in the long run.

I am ready to move on from my Samsung Focus but will wait until next week's announcements. Even though "free" is great, the 920 was $20 on Amazon yesterday. It was free at the MS store a few weeks ago. Not urgent. But why are WP7 phones still being sold? Remaining stock should be loaded into a container and given away in Uzbeki-beki-bekistan (in the immortal words of Herman Cain).

navidee says:

I too am holding out until next weeks announcements. My first Gen focus is on its last leg. Constant reboots, power button gets stuck...cannot wait to upgrade, but need to see if it's worth waiting until August.

LaNiQuE says:

I'm going with a 720 I can't upgrade into November also I want to be off my At&t contract next year
You can say im holding out also im just doing it in a different way as much as I love my 900 not having WP8 is getting to me so im buying a 720 and buy a newer flagship later

Beshoy Hanna says:

It's really not that good of a deal... most of us know that ;)

I got my 920 for $99 @ ATT
Best decision I've made.

rdubmu says:

I bought mine for $499,best decision ever.

alpagot says:

Free today, dusted tomorrow... 
wait for the Lumia 928 which will hopefully not have such a bad design flaw... Very bitter having been a Nokia customer for many years. 

Menzlo says:

Which design flaw are you referring to?

Evster88 says:

Probably the ugly microphone at the bottom of the bezel.

aleclunsford says:

Dust in the front facing camera and proximity sensor.

0neder says:

A new flagship is all well and good, but I doubt the 928 is it. The 928 is much too verizon-ey. It's almost like Verizon requires makers to make the phone uglier and sharper before they'll carry it.
If the 928 is the new flagship, count me out. I'll get a free 920 or take my business to HTC's new windows phone.

Rick2340 says:

Unless the rumors are wrong, the 928 is basically going to be a 920 with a different flash.  Given that, you can't go wrong with a free 920 if you are okay with AT&T over Verizon.

adrian1338 says:

no quite - they changed the design to being ugly

onysi says:

Free phones have a catch. All the time.

Yeah.... Two year contract. 

pallentx says:

Of course, but unless you are on one of TMobile new plans, you are paying the payment for a phone bundled into your wireless plan. You might as well get a new phone if you are forced to pay for it anyway. Seriously considering T Mobile when my contract is up if the rates are discounted enough.

Blocks9 says:

The 920 has been out 6 months, and its successor will be announced in London next week! Kinda infuriating!!

Evster88 says:

It's not a successor. If the rumors are to be believed, EOS is an entirely separate product line from Lumia.

Blocks9 says:

Tbh, most rumours point to the Lumia 925 'catwalk', as the phone to be showcased by Nokia. EOS has been mentioned by one Chinese source, which has famously been way off the mark on previous rumours!

The 925 is pretty much just a 928 with an aluminum shell instead of plastic.  

It's the circle of life, man.

There's not a phone on the market that can stay on top of the pack for longer than 6 months. Technology is progressing, and it's a good thing. If you always want the best phone, get prepaid and use your savings to buy out of contract whenever something new comes out.

Blocks9 says:

Eh! I guess its too much to expect that a flagship phone shouldn't become old hat within 6 months!

adrian1338 says:

well its still better than the new mid range phones - but ofc not better than new flagships

pallentx says:

Yes, How dare they keep innovating and bring great products to the market!

T-rom09 says:

Is the free wireless charger promotion still available?

aleclunsford says:

Damnit I just bought mine last week for $100. 

onysi says:

return it.  usually u have 15 days to return.

aleclunsford says:

Yeah thats what I'll probably do but I think ATT charge a $35 restocking fee. But that's better than $100.

walter1832 says:

Just call them, they'll price match within 14 days.

Jeebus137 says:

Return it, I think you have 14 days.

absolutshame says:

Same here. Bought my replacement for a shattered screen Cyan this past Saturday.

mtg1974 says:

My upgrade is due in November. As much as I would love to have a 920 with WP8, I'll hang on to my 900 a little longer. With any luck the next great phone will be out by then.

binthham says:

Might as well. There's always a "new flagship" coming out. No telling what you could get by then.

Xaphoon148 says:

There's no such thing as a free lunch...

binthham says:

Got that right. That 2 year contract covers the cost of the phone and a nice profit for AT&T too.

Element D says:

I'm eating a free lunch now that someone gave me!!!!

I once wrestled a cow for a "free lunch"

TechZOnline says:

Just got the wife a Black Lumia 920 and I have to admit that I'm more than ever convinced that WP is simply astonishing once you try it.

binthham says:

Congrats! Windows Phone is awesome.

jlynnm350z says:

So where's the games

jlynnm350z says:

I mean nova 3, thought we were getting it today. Were there any Xbox releases today. Sorry for off topic but oh well

jmshub says:

My fiance is ready to re-up. We are moving her to my shared plan. These phone deals never works for me, so I am excited.

ej1024 says:

Im adding this to my mobile share plan

absolutshame says:

Damn! I just bought a new Cyan to replace my shattered screen Saturday. Wonder if they will adjust it for me?

Dre325 says:

Wonder what percentage of people that take advantage of this deal have no idea about next week's planned announcements? Maybe people that want a free phone, period, since the new versions presumably won't be out for a bit and certainly won't be free... Tempting, but I'll wait :-).

I'm well aware of the announcement. However, I am quite content with the 920, I bought a refurb last week for a buck. Thankfully the phone has issues so I am able to return it without the re-stocking fee and get a brand new one instead. Love the phone so far aside from the horrible, I mean horrible call quality, hopefully it's an issue with the re-furb and not something else.

I just got one of these 3 weeks ago from amazon for $50 :(
But we were able to upgrade my girfriends line for her today and now she is happy.  :)

phantom404 says:

Just got my Lumia yesterday for $99. Called the corp store where I received it from and they are crediting back my purchase and allowing me to price match online and get it for free :).

petteriusa says:

Eh, I went for this deal. Free is free right?! If the EOS is announced and ends up coming out (not just announced but shipping) soon, I'll sell 920 and my iPhone 4S for the new Nokia and not be upset at all! 

monigal2 says:

Waiting for announcement of the catwalk

Hiepsfinance says:

Sold out online. Low stock or high demand? 

megamaster5 says:

So this deal disappeared.. It's no longer on the site o.O I took advantage of it though! :D No regrets