The Nokia Lumia 710 is being offered through the Canadian wireless provider MTS for $29.99 after a three year contract and a minimum $24.99 voice plan. The 3.7" screened Windows Phone can also be had outright through MTS for $279.99.
MTS is a local carrier servicing Manitoba and the pricing point is a little on the high side. Rogers Wireless, who also services the Manitoba region, is offering the Lumia 710 for a penny on a three year contract.
Still, the MTS deal does look a little better than neighboring wireless provider Videotron's deal on the Windows Phone. The Quebec carrier is offering the Lumia 710 for a $29.95 three year contract price that requires a service package of $49.95.
Not sure if the Lumia 710 pricing will become more competitive with other Canadian wireless providers. Rogers first offered the Lumia 710 for $49.95 and maybe MTS will follow suit. Regardless, it is nice to see Windows Phones being brought to more carriers lineup.
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