AT&T has cut the price tag for its Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone in half, following the launch of new, high-end smartphones powered by Google’s Android operating system.
At the moment, the smartphone is up for sale on the wireless carrier’s website
for only $49.99 with the signing of a two-year contract agreement.
The phone, made official at CES in January 2012, landed on AT&T’s network a few months later, and has been a top selling device ever since.
However, as the carrier added some more smartphones to its offering, some of them powered by quad-core application processors and running under new flavors of Android, interest in Lumia 900 faded out a bit.
As a result of that, the wireless carrier decided to offer the Windows Phone smartphone for less, to attract more users to it.