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AT&T slashes Lumia 900 price as new $99 powerhouse launches

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 8:29PM EST

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Nokia’s flagship smartphone for the U.S. market is now on sale for just $49.99 from the nation’s top smartphone peddler. AT&T on Sunday halved the price of Nokia’s sleek Lumia 900 Windows Phone from $99.99 to just $49.99 on contract. The Lumia 900 represented the first step toward a Nokia comeback in the crucial U.S. market, however the smartphone’s already low price point having been cut in half just three months after launch does not point to promising performance despite strong marketing efforts from Nokia and AT&T. The price cut came on the same day AT&T launched the new $99 Motorola ATRIX HD, a powerful Android 4.0 handset with a stunning high-resolution display and 4G LTE connectivity.

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