the Nokia Lumia 710 at the best price.
What makes the offer of
Nokia Lumia 710 from Carphone Warehouse interesting is because if on other place, say, on Clove UK, this Nokia Lumia 710 is currently priced at £180 or equal to $300, then on Carphone Warehouse, you can grasp this mid-end Lumia for only £99.99 or equal to $150. Isn’t that amazing?
However, if you are really eager to get this phone at that cheap price tag, you better be hurry because this offer is only available for a limited time. This Nokia Lumia 710 can be bought for £99.99, without a contract whatsoever attached until June 7th this month.
So what are you waiting for? Buy the phone already.
Nokia Lumia 710 is Coming to Best Buy as T-Mobile Pre-paid Handset
For those of you who are looking for an affordable mid-end smartphone with an operating system and User Interface a la Windows Phone, maybe
Nokia Lumia 710 can be a good choice. It has of course, Windows Phone OS in it, it has 3.7-inch WVGA screen with a pixel density of 252 ppi, it also has 1.4 GHz single core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM, 5MP rear-facing camera with LED flash + AF support and many more. And the most importantly, it can play Angry Birds for sure (not like its younger brother, Nokia Lumia 610).
Best Buy will be your destination if you want to get your very own
Nokia Lumia 710 without any 2-year contract whatsoever to sign. This phone retailer is now selling Nokia Lumia 710 for you as a prepaid handset on T-Mobile carrier and you don’t even need to sign the contract paper because it’s off-contract. So, if you want to snatch this phone, the price you need to pay is only $299.99, which is $40 more expensive than the carrier asks you to pay for this phone off-contract. And it's also much cheaper than at Amazon, where it's sold for $299 in unlocked condition.
However, if you decide to sign up for the monthly basis contract, T-Mobile has some interesting unlimited plans for you. For $50 per month, you will get unlimited text messaging, talk time and web browsing data (but only the first 100MB of data each month is the 4G).
Meanwhile, for $60 per month, you’ll get the same unlimited offerings, plus the first 2GB of web browsing data each month is the 4G. Lastly, for $70 per month, you’ll also get the same thing and the first 5GB of data you’re gonna use will be 4G.
So what do you think? Are you interested to pick up the off-contract plan or otherwise, the pay-monthly contract plans? It’s your call.
Amazon via PhoneArena