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Videotron stocking the Lumia 710 Windows Phone from just $29.95

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Canadian based telecommunications company Videotron is now offering the Lumia 710 Windows Phone for just $29.95 (36-month contract with a $49.95 monthly service fee). The smartphone joins the HTC Radar. Taking advantage of 4G speeds, while sporting a 3.7" screen (with ClearBlack technology), 5MP rear-shooter, 512MB RAM and a 1.4Ghz chip, the device is ready for anything you can throw at it.

With Windows Phone 8 around the corner, it might make potential buyers think twice before entering into a 36 month agreement. You can check out the Lumia 710 at Videotron on the official website for more information. 

via: Business Week

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The 710... Since WP8 is on its est, I don't see why someone would buy it...

harchestr says:

Because the average Joe who is looking for an affordable smartphone don't know anything about WP8