The Nokia Lumia 920 hit the market back in November 2012, and quickly became the Finland based manufacturer's most successful smartphone model in recent years, achieving millions of sales and widespread critical acclaim. The phone really helped put manufacturer back on the map, after a widely publicised period of falling revenues and market shares as a result the company being largely unable to compete with rival manufacturers like Apple and Samsung.
Following the success of the Lumia 920, Nokia has recently
announced its latest high-end smartphone model, the Lumia 925. More info on the Lumia 925 is on our website.
The device has already been launched in a number of countries, and is set to hit the UK towards the end of June. Recently, uSwitch has reported that a couple of networks are now offering the device on pay monthly contracts.
Vodafone has announced it will be carrying the device, and is currently offering the phone for pre-order of its ‘Red L’ price plan. The contract lasts 24 months and cost £34.00 per month, and includes unlimited text messages and minutes, along with 2 GB of monthly data usage. Vodafone will also be the exclusive carrier of the recently announced 32 GB version of the handset in the UK.
Three will also be offering Nokia Lumia 925 contracts, and is currently listing the phone for pre-order on some of its most popular contracts. These include the One plan for £35 per month, and the Ultimate Internet 500 plan costing £37 per month. These deals both include unlimited text messages and data usage every month, with 500 minutes of free calls with the Ultimate Internet 500 and 2000 free minutes are included with the One plan, with 5000 free minutes to other phones on Three contracts. Nokia Lumia 925 contracts which are pre-ordered before the 20th of June will also include a free wireless charging stand worth £95.
With the device set to be launched in the UK at the end of month, we expect to hear more details regarding networks and contracts for the Nokia Lumia 925, and we will be sure to keep you updated as usual.