The Nokia 930 is out in the UK today and is probably Microsoft’s new flagship device. Sporting a full-HD 5″ screen, 2.2ghz Snapdragon 800 processor and a 20MP camera, it certainly packs a punch. But where you can you pick it up?
According to Microsoft, the phone will be available from Vodafone, EE, Phones4U, O2, Carphone Warehouse, Tesco and Amazon and bright orange, bright green and black. Apparently Phones4U will stock the phone exclusively in white. Better still – apparently if you buy between today and July 31st, Microsoft will even through in a free wireless charger, wireless bluetooth speaker and £20 app store voucher – which all together is worth around £130.
Apparently the 930 will be available for free on the £43.50 Red 4G contract (this is also the deal that will get you 6 months of free Netflix).
Vodafone will also give you £5 off of your contract every month if you trade-in another touch-screen phone when purchasing.
Confusingly, if you opt for a Vodafone contract at Carphone Warehouse you can also pick the phone up for free, but on a cheaper £30.50/month tariff – and the chain is also offering up to £100 cashback when you trade in your phone.
Meanwhile over at EE the 930 is free on contracts from £29.99/month, which is a two year contract that includes 1000 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of data per month.
We’ll update this once we receive details on what the other networks are doing.
By James O'Malley | July 17th, 2014