T-Mobile users have no high-end Windows Phone choices


T-Mobile, with its MetroPCS subsidiary, has sold the majority of the Windows Phones in use in USA, with close to 40% of the share there.

Worryingly however T-mobile at present only has one new Windows Phone handset to sell, the cheap and cheerful Nokia Lumia 635.

The fact explains all the comments we get from T-Mobile users hungry for a new high end handset.  More than 2 million Windows Phone users in USA basically have no high end or even mid-range Windows Phone to upgrade to, likely explaining the increasingly low market share of Windows Phones in USA.

T-Mobile has just stopped selling new Nokia Lumia 521 handsets, after selling millions of the device, and we can only hope the Nokia Lumia 635 meets with the same success.

Fortunately there are rumours of a high-end device, the Nokia Lumia 1525, coming to the carrier, but for one of the most important carriers in terms of sales in the US, this seems rather insufficient support.

Do our T-Mobile-using readers feel neglected? Let us know below.

via WPD.

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