The Nokia Lumia 900 was just announced for AT&T earlier this month, but understandably you’re all anxious to find out when exactly it will make it to your neck of the woods. If you’re in Canada, for example, we heard that it would be headed there at some point. Though that was before the official announcement of the phone, and since then no new info has surfaced. In the meantime, the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 were both made official for Canada, so the chances for their (literally) bigger brother to miss out on the party up north should be pretty slim.
That’s exactly what several sources told MobileSyrup. Apparently the Nokia Lumia 900 is due to arrive in Canada soon, and you can expect Rogers to be the carrier selling it. Unfortunately those sources kept mum on pricing details, but if the rumored $99.99 pricing with two-year contract on AT&T turns out to be true, expect the Canadian carrier to offer it for about the same amount, or maybe a little bit less, but with a three-year contract.
We do thankfully have a rough release time frame. The Lumia 900 is said to be on track to arrive at Rogers sometime in May. We’ll let you know when we find out more.
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