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China Unicom and Nokia announce Global version Lumia 920 for RMB 4599. Pre-order opens with a deposit of $99 only.

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This is really great strategy adopted by Nokia in China. While Lumia 920T is exclusive to China Mobile, Nokia and operator China Unicom has announced that Lumia 920 global version with WCDMA 3G network compatibility is coming soon. The price is RMB 4599. Also, Nokia’s flagship store in “Taobao” has started taking pre-order for Lumia 920 and the booking price is $99. They are also running some cool offers for successful pre-order booking customers.

Top 600 successful Subscriber will receive 300 yuan in cash envelopes, 601~2000 successful Subscriber will receive 200 yuan in cash envelopes; in addition, 300 successful subscribers free of charge before the Wireless charging pad.

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