In the US, its popularity is helped by the fact that AT&T is selling it for just $99.99 on contract (while other high-end smartphones cost more). AT&T had offered the Lumia 920 with a free Wireless Charging Plate since day one – but the offer was supposed to end this month. Well, it didn’t. According to AT&T’s website, customers can get the 920 with a free Wireless Charging Plate until February 21. The Wireless Charging Plate is worth $49.99, so that’s another thing helping Nokia and AT&T sell even more Lumia 920 units.
In case you didn’t know, the 920 is available at AT&T in no less than five color versions: black, white, red, blue, and yellow. You can order one online here.
AT&T is currently selling two other Windows Phone 8 devices: Nokia Lumia 820 ($49.99 on contract), and HTC 8X ($199.99 – 16GB version, or $99.99 – 8GB version).
We still don’t know exactly how many Lumia 920 smartphones have been shipped around the world until now. Nokia sold a total of 4.4 million Lumias in the fourth quarter of 2012 – but that includes WP7 devices, too.
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