Telstra makes Nokia Lumia 920 official, available from “end of November”

Australian carrier Telstra has now officially announced the Nokia Lumia 920 and the plans the handset will be available on.

The handset will support Telstra’s 4G network, and there has apparently been a record level of pre-sale interest for a Windows Phone on Telstra’s website.

The tariffs are:

  • $60 Every Day Connect Plan with a $5 handset repayment per month (after using an included MRO Bonus) for 24 months which offers $600 worth of standard national calls and MMS plus unlimited text messaging to standard Australian numbers and 1GB of data for use in Australia. Min cost over 24 months is $1,560 ($65/mth).
  • $60 Business Performance Plan with a $5 handset repayment per month (after using an included MRO Bonus) for 24 months with $600 worth of standard national calls and MMS plus unlimited text messaging to standard Australian numbers and 1GB of data for use in Australia. Min cost over 24 months is $1,560 ($65/mth).

Andrew Volard, director, Telstra Mobile, says of their new Nokia handset “The Lumia 920 will come alive in customers’ hands thanks to Telstra 4G speeds in 4G coverage areas and Microsoft’s sophisticated new operating system with its live tiles that let owners view their mail, music and calendar at a glance and see what their friends are up to on social networks. We expect the Nokia Lumia 920 to launch at the end of November and we will be making it available in a range of colours that, combined with a polycarbonate design and rounded surfaces, sets it apart in the smartphone market.”

The Lumia 920 will be available in black, white, red and yellow. Telstra customers (or prospective new customers) can also register their details to receive a heads up when Lumia 920 pre-orders commence by visiting www.telstra.com.au/nokia .

The Lumia 920 will be available on consumer and business plans at the end of November.

Via WPDownUnder.com

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