TELUS has announced that Nokia Lumia 620 is now available in Canada, and is reportedly the first mobile operator in the country to sport the Windows Phone 8 device. The affordable Windows Phone packs top features found in high-end hardware, but in a more reasonably priced package - it impressed us in our full review.
What's more is TELUS is offering free, one-to-one Learning Centre sessions with a trained specialist to help get consumers get started with their new Windows Phone. The Lumia 620 is available for free on a 2-year term on any rate plan, or $250 on a month-to-month contract.
You can check out the Lumia 620 over on the TELUS website (opens in new tab).
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They only have the black handset with a bonus white back cover. Ground staff have no knowledge about any forthcoming coloured 620's or alternate back cases.
very tempting though i think ill wait and see what comes from mwc and if TELUS gets anything else first.
IM a ATIV S Telus Mobility owner still waiting for the Telus App for Windows Phone! Now with other WP8 coming where is the App? Telus App:
- Apple...coming soon?
- Windows Phone...coming soon? http://www.telusmobility.com/en/AB/telusapphouse-app/index.shtml?eVar6=h...
This is really nice
I think I'm going to get the HTC One instead.. :/
Wish they made a green 920. :'(
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