Get a Free, No-Contract Nokia Lumia 520 from Microsoft Store Today

Users will have to purchase an AT&T Windows Phone 8 handset to benefit from the deal

  Unlocked Nokia Lumia 520 goes free at Microsoft today
Nokia Lumia 520, the cheapest Windows Phone 8 device out there, is now cheaper than ever, courtesy of a promo deal that Microsoft is running on its online Store today.

Nokia Lumia 520, the cheapest Windows Phone 8 device out there, is now cheaper than ever, courtesy of a promo deal that Microsoft is running on its online Store today.

The smartphone is available for free, with no contract required, as long as you purchase another Windows Phone smartphone. However, users will have to make the acquisition through Microsoft’s online portal to take advantage of the offer.

The limited-time deal is available for all those interested in buying a Nokia Lumia 1520, a Lumia 1020, a Lumia 925, or a Samsung ATIV S Neo with the signing of a two-year contract agreement with wireless carrier AT&T.

The deal is valid only today, December 2, or as long as supply lasts, Microsoft has announced. Only users in the United States (including Puerto Rico) can enjoy it, the company notes.

Users looking to upgrade can also enjoy the promotion, though the deal is not available for prior orders or purchases and cannot be transferred or redeemed for cash or gift cards.

“Not combinable with other offers. Limit 4 per customer. Taxes may apply. Void where prohibited or restricted by law,” Microsoft also notes.

However, users might also want to know that some other offers are also available to those looking to grab a new Windows Phone 8 smartphone, including gift cards to purchase apps, free games, and various price cuts.

Some of these promotions will end today, but others will last until the end of this month or even until early January, and they are certainly worth having a look at.

Moreover, we should note that not all of the deals are limited to AT&T Windows Phone 8 smartphones. Some of them include handsets available on Sprint’s, T-Mobile’s, or AioWireless’ networks.

To learn more on the available deals, users will have to head over to this page on Microsoft’s website.

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