White Unlocked International Lumia 900 available on eBay for £499

The Lumia 900 is available unlocked in white on eBay for £499, with an availability date of April 9th. The seller is sunnydayshopping, who has a positive rating history, and the location is Manchester, UK. Bands supported are: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100. An unlocked international version of the handset was previously available on eBay from the U.S. not so long ago for the same price.

The Lumia 900 is also destined for AT&T on April 9th, when we'll expect consumers will be able to get their hands on the device, which sports a 1.4Ghz chip, 1830mAh battery, 4.3" AMOLED ClearBlack display and 8MP shooter (with FF camera).

Three have been sold already, so be sure to check out the listing should you be interested in the high-end Windows Phone. Of course, WPCentral cannot take any responsibility for your purchases on eBay, and we always recommend caution.

Source: eBay (opens in new tab); thanks hamza for the tip!

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  • Hm...
  • So.... I'm curious... Will the unlocked International version of the Lumia 900 work with T-Mobile's 3G service?  I might pick one up if it does.
  • Nope. No 1700 band.
  • I had enough of this lumia advertising.
  • Agree enough with the lumia advertising. Yes its a great device so lets move to something interesting for All wp7 devices
  • Lumia devices are probably the only chance that wp7 has for taking off....
    So .. mmm.. yeah.. I do see this as interesting. =)
  • It will only work on T mobiles 2g network not there 3g. T mobiles 3g in the U.S. operates on the 1700mhz band. Sucks!!!!
  • Blame the other OEMs for doing squat to support WP.  Besides, Samsung could've done its little Smoked by a WP rip-off with the Focus Flash or Focus-S, what did they choose? Galaxy Note.  Nokia managed to score a balance of sorts between WP, Asha and MeeGo, and are making headways in all of them.  HTC and to a greater exten Samsung clearly aren't even approaching that standard, and no one is asking them to meet Nokia at that level.  Sorry, the others can go suck a lemon for all I care.  Nokia Windows Phone all the way.
  • Also agree with you, heck Nokia is going all in with the beautiful os, and Lumias are nothing short of amazing (every day), but you're being too harsh on HTC, sure they're not Nokia, but they came out with an impressive terminal as well, the Titan (although I own a Lumia 800 I wouldn't mind a Titan instead, it's great!).
  • Totally agree..Well said:D:D
  • I totally agree with you, bilzkh. You are 100% right!!!!
  • I think HTC might consider turning to WP, and maybe LG, Acet and Asus too once Apollo rolls out. Windows 8 holds a lot of promise on the tablet front, they might be much more inclined to support it, and Apollo just adds to Win8's experience.
  • I now have a HTC Titan, could not wait any longer for the Nokia 900...and i have to say what a great phone, my previous phone was the HTC HD7 and had no probles at all with that...so i guess moving up to the Titan was inevitable.
  • Y didn't u wait for the titan 2?
  • I finally managed to get an RM819 Lumia 800 last week, and my god the quality is superb. I was trying to hold out for the 900 but my previous phone was stuffed.
    I've been wanting to buy a Windows Phone since launch, but the poor quality of other OEM's hardware really turned me off. It doesn't take a lot to make your phone feel and look well put together, but others seem to have issues "getting" that.