During their press announcement, T-Mobile announced that they would start selling the exciting and most desired Nokia Lumia 925 on their network. This gives the Windows Phone another large US carrier, and gives Windows Phone additional momentum during the summer and upcoming holiday season.
The big announcement by T-Mobile, gives customers additional choices to pick from on the Windows Phone platform on the carrier. The Lumia 925 packs huge firepower, great specs, and a powerful Windows Phone 8 system that gives customers a dynamic phone to use on the T-Mobile 4G LTE cell system.
As Low As $49
The Windows Phone Lumia 925 by Nokia, will be available on T-Mobile for as low as $49, with 24 equal payments of $20 each to follow. This gives customers the ability to grab a top end Windows Phone for under $50 with a great network and carrier built into the phone. The reviews of the phone have been largely popular and the phone will be a hit for this price.
Lumia 925 Specs on Windows Phone
The all metal phone by Nokia has a powerful 8.7 megapixel Pureview camera, dual LED flash, 1080p video, a 4.5 inch screen and more. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with up to 12.8 hours of talk time. The touch screen phone has a 1280 x 768 screen, a 15:9 aspect ratio, an AMOLED display, and 16GB of onboard memory for users to download apps and handle their business.
Now More Windows Phone on T-Mobile
This latest addition by T-Mobile powers their Windows Phone lineup and shows their committment to Windows Phone by Microsoft. Microsoft needs all the carrier partners they can get around the globe, and in the US, T-Mobile is a top 4 carrier with lots of users and stores to get the Lumia 925 into customers hands.
The Lumia 925 by Nokia is a flagship phone, and shows what Microsoft and Windows Phone is all about. It is a phone that shows off Windows Phone can do, should do, and what it can do, and gives personal and business/enterprise users the phone they need.
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