AT&T’s Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820 and Windows Phone 8X by HTC discounted by Amazon

Launched by AT&T on November 9, the Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820 and HTC 8X can be purchased for lower prices if you’re getting them from Amazon.

While AT&T is asking $99.99 for the Lumia 920 on contract, Amazon is selling the handset for just $49.99. Only the white and black versions of the 920 are currently in stock at Amazon, tough. The cyan, red and yellow ones are backordered, and Amazon says they “usually ship in 1 to 2 weeks.”

If you want to order the Lumia 920 from Amazon, go here.

The Nokia Lumia 820 is offered by Amazon for $0.01 on contract ($49.98 less than the price asked by AT&T). You can get it here.

As for the HTC 8X, Amazon is discounting only the 8GB edition of it, which costs $39.99 on contract (AT&T is charging $99.99 for it). You can get the yellow HTC 8X 8GB here, and the blue HTC 8X 8GB here. The 16GB edition of the smartphone has the same price as at AT&T: $199.99.

Since it released the Lumia 920, Lumia 820 and HTC 8X on November 9, AT&T has become the first US carrier to sell Windows Phone 8 devices. Of course, T-Mobile and Verizon followed shortly (T-Mo is offering the HTC 8X and the Lumia 810, while Verizon is stocking the HTC 8X and the Lumia 822). Sprint should join the WP8 party, too, sometime in 2013.

Author: Florin

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  • madhur basude

    what marlon brando proved to be for the acting industry , nokia lumia 920 will prove for the smartphone industry (remember the ”before brando and after brando ” comment by martin !)

  • Ben Hur

    Misleading article. The amazon price requires you to sign a 6-mo data service with amazon wireless for a minimum of $30/mo. If you currently use (or want to have) the $15/mo 2GB data service contract, than you actually are paying $40 more for the phone then you would at an ATT store. If you add in the free wireless charger from ATT than it is actually $90 more. However, if you are interested in the 3GB contract than the Amazon deal is a good one.

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  • ffyf

    You’re right, 920 is a very big and heavy smartphone.