Nokia Lumia 625 heading to Three in Ireland later this month

The Nokia Lumia 625 is the company's most affordable Lumia Windows Phone with 4G LTE connectivity and a large 4.7-inch display. The device is heading to Three Ireland later this month, according to a report over on Nokia News Ireland.

The publication states the Lumia 625 will launch on or around March 14th, which was passed on from a "reliable" source. The device will be €229 on prepay and free on a 24 month contract tariff at €30.50 per month. Fairly pricey options, which are believed to be more competitive when the device is released.

There's still no word on both the Lumia 1520 and 1320 on Three IE. We'll hopefully have more details soon.

Source: Nokia News Ireland

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5 Comments
  • Hey, it's the iPhone 5c! Wait.......... /s
  • Lol true, apple got some Nokia inspiration
  • Its good to see Three taking on the Nokia phone, they became allergic to them after the Lumia 800 Launch
  • What i don't understand is why a phone like his is not on T-Mobile USA, where they're no subsidies for contracts! This would actually sell in the millions over the Galaxy phones as most folks on TMOUS like big screen phones. Nokia/Microsoft really needs to get their shit together..
  • It looks like an 8x