Sweden’s Telia gets the Nokia Lumia 800, and the Lumia 710 starts showing up in stores

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Wingadget.se reports that Nokia has managed to score another carrier, the Sweden’s Telia now offering the handset at a variety of price points in all 3 colours.  The handset is on offer from 29,95 Euro a month in 2 years on contract,and include free mobile data traffic and also the option of 12 months of Spotify for free.

lumia710A little further south Allaboutphones.nl reports Nokia Netherlands has announced on its Facebook page that the Nokia Lumia 710 is now available, a few days earlier than expected in some Dutch stores, for around 300 euro.  They note the device lacks many features of the Lumia 800, but still comes with free GPS navigation and streaming music.

With more distribution points and more price points, it is likely the Lumia range will soon cement its position as the most popular Windows Phone to date, and of course Windows Phone’s biggest hope of hitting the main stream.

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