We all jolly well know that AT&T will offer the Nokia Lumia 920 as an exclusive device, and the mobile carrier has just announced that Christmas has come early for folks who want to pick up this nifty smartphone that runs off Windows Phone 8 – where it will be bundled with the Nokia Wireless Charging Plate, setting you back by a relatively affordable $99.99, coupled with a two-year agreement, of course. This offer sounds too good to be true, and you would have to act fast if you want it as it remains in place while stocks last. Once there are no more supplies of both handset and the Wireless Charging Plate, it is one of those moments in life where you reflect on the one that got away.
Other than the Lumia 920, there will also be the Lumia 820 that sports interchangeable shells, where it is a whole lot more affordable at just $49.99 with a two-year commitment. Which of the two models would you want to bring home?
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