It is no secret that in the US, Microsoft has very little carrier support when it comes to it supporting its mobile OS offerings. However, AT&T has remained the single stallworth of support for Microsoft and is moving in lock step with the company as it slashes the price of its Lumia 950 offering.
Over the past few months, Microsoft and its reselling partners have been cutting prices on Lumia 950 and 950XL handsets as well as offering buy-one-get-one-free offerings. Two days ago, the Microsoft Store dropped the price of the Lumia 950 yet again and it appears AT&T is following suit by now offering a Lumia 950 for $298.00 without a contract.
The $299 mark down is a far price journey from the original $598.99 price tag it held back in November of 2015. However, unlike the Microsoft Store offering (at least in the US) AT&T’s deal does not come with a free Display Dock which had previously been valued at $99.00.
If paying $289.00 without a contract remains a steep investment for some, AT&T is still offering the Lumia 950 as part of its NEXT Plan where customers can pay 30-montly installments of $9.97 or 24 months worth of payments for $12.46.
However you decided to acquire a Lumia 950 these days; there are much greater deals to choose from than when the seemingly overpriced handset was first unveiled.Further reading: Deals, Lumia 950, Microsoft, Mobile carriers, US