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DailySteals showcasing the Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone

Daily Steals Lumia 920 Deal

If you're in the market for a SIM unlocked Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone, DailySteals.com might have just what your looking for. The Lumia 920 is being offered for $699 with a free wireless charging pad.

The deal lasts until midnight EST and comes with free shipping. The only downside may be that the Lumia 920 deal is only for the white model. The factory unlocked Lumia 920 comes with a one year warranty and you can find all the details on ordering here at DailySteals.com.

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DailySteals showcasing the Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone

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but it's unlocked, which at&t will not do. it also isnt black, which rogers will not do (and you'll end up paying $600+ to get it from rogers unlocked)

that's not the point.  Even if you buy without subsidy, a $200 premium to not be shackled to a carriers whims is just wrong.  And that suggested MSRP $999 isn't even in the realms of reality.
 
The DailySteal is from you if you buy this.

Ripoff price. Hardly a bargain and not worth dealing with DailySteals.

I understand its unlocked; but, anything over $600 for a smartphone is standard price. $700 is crazy for a phone in the US.

the crock is there is nothing stopping Nokia from selling these unlocked in Microsoft store for the same non subsidized price as ATT. 

Factory unlocked dude, not the same thing as AT&T. In case you don't know, the are people outside of the US who want this phone too.

And there are barely any factory unlocked Lumia 920s on the market.

If there are people outside the us that want it, they can get it from Telstra in Australia, which comes factory unlocked in most colors for AUD$696, this is the normal price. You can also get the charging pad for appx AUD$45 from jb hifi, tho they list of for AUD$69 (if I'm remembering the price correctly)

That's just bullshit. I live in the U.S. and I prefer purchasing unlocked devices. To hell with being tied down with 2-year contracts with shitty carriers.

I'm in the Philippines and that deal apperas cheaper than what we can get it for here. Especially with the free wireless charging pad. Are they a reputable site? My gf is is California right now so I can have her order if they are a legit site. Thanks!

$699.- is not a bad price with charging pad. But, can you get an exchange warranty? What about an insurance? I would say, without a 24h exchange warranty, where they replace your unit if it has defective hardware. I would not buy. You get a defective one, you send it in where? How long would you wait with the tight supply?

Yeah lots of questions indeed. What does 1 year international warranty means? If in case I have to send it in to Nokia Care, I can do it here since we have service centers here in the Philippines?

One thing that I dont quite get:
1) Rogers and ATT seem to have blocked internet sharing on their devices--even if unlocked.  If I buy one like this, can i use internet sharing when travelling even if my base is ATT?
2) Is it for sure that this wont run 4G on ATT?
 
 

Frequencies used on the AT&T Network

Frequency

Protocol

Class

850 MHz

GSM/GPRS/EDGE

2G

1900 MHz

GSM/GPRS/EDGE

2G

850 MHz

UMTS/HSPA

3G

1900 MHz

UMTS/HSPA

3G

700 MHz

LTE

4G

1700/2100 MHz(AWS)

LTE

4G

 

I just returned from a business trip and I used my ATT branded L920 tethering with my surface tablet.  The LTE was great and I was able to use both devices with very little battery drain?  Not sure if there may be regional differences?
 

it seems to be to be a good deal
i am international down in the caribbean, been waiting for an unlocked phone for a while. i do wish it was yellow though.
there is such a pent up demand for this phone, so frustrating that i can see all the locked handsets in the US/UK etc and all we need is for nokia to just release a factory unlocked one.

I picked up a yellow and a red one yesterday here in Australia from Harvey Norman for $696 each, no lock, no carrier branding.

Shows that Norman sells

$829ea
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Nokia Lumia 920 Windows 8 Phone - Red

$829 is the online Harvey Norman price, hardly anyone here has paid that in store as they generally price match, and given Telstra outright unlocked price is $696 Harvey Norman gave me 2 at this price no questions.