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First blog post of 2013: On-contract Lumia 920T (Starts from Free) booking opens at “Guangxi mobile online shopping”.

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A very Happy new year and warm welcome to all our dear readers in 2013 !! Here comes the first blog post of year 2013 on Nokiapoweruser.

The Lumia 920T has been expected to be a big sales booster for Nokia provided it will be subsidised by the largest operator in the World “China Mobile”. Till now, China Mobile has been pre-booking Lumia 920 at full price of 4599 Yuan and the on-contract bookings were supposed to go live from January. In what is certainly great news for Lumia 920T buyers in China, the phone is now available to book on contracts of 24 and 36 months at Guangxi mobile online shopping. It starts from “Free” for 36 months contract and from 599 (96 USD) Yuan for 24 months contract. The 3 year on-contract prices look better than China Mobile’s official  price plans revealed for 24 months contract some time back.

  •  1 Yuan          ————-388 Yuan/month
  • 800 Yuan (US $ 130)—288 Yuan/month
  • 1200 Yuan (US $ 190)—228 Yuan/month
  • 2000 Yuan (US $ 320)—188 Yuan/month

Click the Lumia 920T order link here for checking the details of monthly contract rates and the device price.

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Nayan

Nayan has more than 10 years of experience of covering Technology and innovations. He is a big Nokia fan and Tech disruptions aficionado. He loves to review new cool gadgets and writing about Android, iOS, Gadgets and general Technology stuff. He has been associated with other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and GadgetOx since long.

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  • Good trying to summarizing the things but need more effort for same..

  • Ramesh

    How much is it outright?

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