1. based_graham's Avatar
    At what price point would you recommend a Nokia Lumia 900 7.8 device?

    7.8 as we all know wont be getting the latest OS and Windows 8 apps wont work on it.

    So what would you consider a fair deal for a Lumia 900 to recommend it to someone looking for a phone?

    I say 249-299$ unlocked
    07-04-2012 04:26 PM
  2. 12Danny123's Avatar
    At what price point would you recommend a Nokia Lumia 900 7.8 device?

    7.8 as we all know wont be getting the latest OS and Windows 8 apps wont work on it.

    So what would you consider a fair deal for a Lumia 900 to recommend it to someone looking for a phone?

    I say 249-299$ unlocked
    yea. I agree with you. I think the 900 will be i dunno $20 on contract. and 200-300 of contract
    07-04-2012 04:31 PM
  3. based_graham's Avatar
    yea. I agree with you. I think the 900 will be i dunno $20 on contract. and 200-300 of contract
    30$ right now but if you look at the L900 pay-as-you-go for under 300$ I bet a lot of companies will jump on that deal.

    Question is how will Nokia price the 800,710 and 610 if they can flood the market at affordable prices especially places like Wallmart and Best Buy I think it can be a great success.
    07-04-2012 04:52 PM
  4. mprice86's Avatar
    I'd say if you could get it for free on a 20 a month - 1 year contract then okay.

    But 1 year contracts don't exist any more and as much as I love Windows Phone and my Lumia 800, there's simply no way I will be recommending anyone buys or gets locked into a 7.8 device or any Windows Phone device, until WP8 devices are reviewed, tested and in the shops.

    As a pay-and-go device, I have no idea. Personally, I think that anything more than 199 is insanity for the hardware and there's no way I would consider buying one unless it was half off that, again.

    This is all moot anyway; I know Nokia have to turn a profit, but they'd be better writing off Q2 and Q3 and focusing on getting good, up to date, competitive devices out in the autumn. Flooding the market with cut price WP handsets doesn't do them (if they want to sell new phones in the fall) or the platform (if they don't want to have an angry mob of uninformed consumers after them) any favours.
    07-05-2012 05:02 AM
  5. AngryNil's Avatar
    I'd only recommend it on a 12-month contract, or <$300 outright.
    07-05-2012 07:32 AM
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