Lumia 830, the affordable flagship from Microsoft, is now available for sale in New Zealand. The Windows Phone device is available exclusively from Spark, the leading carrier in New Zealand.
The Lumia 830 is the first Windows Phone to use Spark's brand new 700MHz spectrum, which promises blisteringly fast 4G speeds in more places allowing people to do more and get more out of their devices.
The Lumia 830 is available in only black color for NZ$ 599 (USD 475). You can pay for it all at once, or split the cost over 12 or 24 months instead by opting for monthly plans starting from $39. The service provider is also bundling a free wireless charging plate, till stocks last.
Are you looking to buy a Lumia 830? You might want to rush to grab the free wireless charging plate on offer. While the Lumia series gets its charm from the color options, it's a pity that the Kiwis will only have the option to buy the black color.
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