Nokia Lumia 920 Costs €1 in Germany, Requires 2-Year Contract

The smartphone is available via MediaMarkt retailer

By Cosmin Vasile on November 8th, 2012 13:25 GMT

With only a few days left until Nokia Lumia 920 hits shelves in the US via AT&T, some European carriers and retailers have already started to sell the smartphone.

If you thought AT&T’s offer for Lumia 920, which will be available for $50/ €40 with a new two-year, is unbeatable then think again.

WMPoweruser reports German retailer MediaMarkt currently offers the Nokia Lumia 920 for only €1. Yes, you read that right.

Nokia’s flagship smartphone can be had almost for free. Obviously, customers will have to commit to a new two-year agreement with German carrier Mobilcom-Debitel.

It is also worth mentioning the contract that you need to sign up for in order to grab the Lumia 920 for €1 is very reasonably priced at €40/$50.

All in all, we expect the Nokia Lumia 920 to be available for free with contracts in the UK also, so stay tuned for more updates on this one as well.
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