Nokia Lumia 925 available for pre-order at O2 UK, will ship on launch day

UK mobile operator O2 has published its product listing for the Nokia Lumia 925. The new flagship Windows Phone is available on a variety of plans, providing consumers with ample choice between plan allowances, up-front handset fees and monthly contract costs. The company is also shipping out Lumia 925 units on launch day to those who pre-order by June 12th. If you want the new Windows Phone as soon as possible, be sure to get in quickly.

The website states the pre-order offer will only stand while stocks last. The 4G smartphone is available in white, an exclusive deal at O2. The mobile operator is looking to roll out its 4G upgrades later this year, so investing in a Windows Phone capable of LTE connectivity is a sure enough bet to get the owner on faster data speeds once the upgrades have been applied.

O2 has the lowest plan at £11 a month, with an upfront fee of £549.99 for the Lumia 925. This plan includes 50 minutes, unlimited SMS and 100MB of data. On the other end of the scale, we have the £37 a month option, with the handset included at no extra cost. Unlimited calls and SMS are coupled with 1GB of data allowance. To make the deal slightly sweeter, should you add a wireless charging plate (£49.99), O2 will throw in a wireless charging shell for free (three colours available).

Be sure to check out the Lumia 925 product listing on the O2 online store for more details and the option to pre-order. Updates and alerts on the status of the Windows Phone will be published on the store, so stay tuned in case delays occur. It's worth noting that the Lumia 925 does not come with a charger (O2 is attempting to save the environment), but an option is available when checking out to add one in at a discounted price.

If you're interested at other sources within the UK, check out our coverage on where the Lumia 925 will be available.

Source: O2; thanks, Les and Jacja, for the tips!

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