Yesterday, Nokia announced a sweet deal for all those who purchased the Nokia Lumia 900 this week, and for those who will get it by April 21st: $100 of credit to their AT&T bill.
The reason is simple enough: the handset was found to be plagued with memory leaks that resulted in drop of data connectivity.
The Finnish handset vendor has issued a software update to resolve this problem, and has also announced the free credit available for its customers, as a sign of good faith.
Today, we learn that the company extended the promotion
to Canada as well, where Lumia 900 went for sale on Rogers’ network.
“For our friends in Canada – Anyone who has already purchased the Lumia 900 or purchases it from now until April 21st, will be getting a $100 credit on their Rogers bill,” Phil Schwarzmann, Nokia’s head of social media for North America, reportedly announced.