Nokia Lumia 710 makes a cameo in T-Mobile's latest ad

Carly and the gang over at T-Mobile are running a new ad focusing on T-Mobile TV and the wireless carriers 4G network. You will also be introduced to America's first Nokia 4G phone, the Lumia 710.

The T-Mobile TV app comes pre-loaded on the Nokia Lumia 710 (and probably every other smartphone T-Mobile carries) and will be available tomorrow at T-Mobile.com, authorized retail stores and Target, Costco, and Wal-Mart stores nationwide.  With contractual discounts, you're looking at just under fifty bucks for Nokia's first U.S. Windows Phone.


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Nokia Lumia 710 makes a cameo in T-Mobile's latest ad


All tech ads are the same. 'Screen images simulated', 'Sequences shortened' and all that jazz. All companies are guilty of this. they never give you a 100% true picture of things.

Cool, that plan is very cheap. Might as well save up and get this phone then use my contract when something interesting appear.

I'm considering the same thing. Assuming the phone is $350 or around that. Also, my other option was to get the Lumia 900 (when it's released that is) but only if it quad-band or penta band and works on Tmob 3g. I don't see myself spending that much on a Nokia phone w/o 3g support.
If all else fails, I'll keep my hd7 and wait till something better comes out. No pressure as I have no contract for the last 4-5 yrs.

Just saw it! I came here to see if anyone else saw it and here's a headline lol.

Bit yeah, I'd totally snatch up that tmob girl

Best Windows Phone ad I've seen! WHY... Because they didnt call the Lumia a Windows Phone!!! I'm starting to relalize that M$ biggest mistake in marketing WP7 was using their name in the title. People haven't realized that Android is the new "Windows" buggy, crap interface, but widely distributed and powerful. I don't know if Windows can ever recover from their bad reputation... My friends half expect my Samsung Focus to power down to the blue screen of death...

Agreed. I've been saying all along that they need to market the PHONES. The OS can be marketed on those "everything begins with Windows" commercials.

Really? (Not even trying to make a joke referencing the commercials)
First your still using M$
Second you talk about the blue screen as if it is super common (upgraded my Vista PC to Windows 7 and have never seen a blue screen on either OS)
Do you and your "friends" do a lot of time traveling?