Nokia Lumia 920 “Extremely Popular” at Walmart, Customers Asked to Wait Longer for Deliveries

The black and white versions are still available for immediate shipping though

Black Friday has come and gone but some retailers are still offering hot deals on various products. Walmart is one of those retailers who are still running promotional deals on smartphones available in the US via multiple carriers.

During the Black Friday campaign, Lumia 920 was one of the best-selling devices at Walmart, but it could have done much better if Nokia had restocked the smartphone at AT&T.

To make things even more interesting for potential customers, Walmart is also offering a free $100/ €80 gift card with every smartphone purchased.

This deal runs through December 1, so there’s still enough time to grab one of the Android or Windows Phone devices up for sale at Walmart. However, you might want think twice before ordering the red, yellow or cyan Nokia Lumia 920 via Walmart.

According to Liveside, the retailer has started to send email to most customers that ordered the Lumia 920 in one of the colors mentioned earlier, to let them know it will take a bit longer to ship their devices.

Walmart claims “the phone you ordered is extremely popular” and that they “receive shipments of additional phones daily and will fulfill out-of-stock orders in the order in which they were received.”

The black and white versions of Lumia 920 are available for purchase at Walmart for $70/ €55 with new two-year agreements from AT&T and can be shipped right away.

Sadly, those who ordered any other color will have to take into consideration the following announcement issued by Walmart: “due to overwhelming demand, the nationwide supply of the Nokia Lumia 920 Red is limited. All orders approved by AT&T will be reserved and shipped when available.”

While the high demand for Nokia Lumia 920 all over the globe is a good sign, it remains to be seen how fast the Finnish company will be able to fulfill it.


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