Windows Phone 8.1 powered Lumia 635 available for purchase on AT&T for $99 as prepaid GoPhone
If you are on the AT&T network and were thinking of getting yourself a budget Lumia smartphone, here’s some good news. Starting July 25, the 4G capable Lumia 635 will be available as a prepaid GoPhone for the price of $99.99. Also, August 8 onwards, you will be able to snag the handset from the online and AT&T retail stores with a black or orange back covers for $139.99 “at no annual commitment pricing.”
“Beginning July 25, customers can purchase a GoPhone Nokia Lumia 635 from AT&T at a launch price of $99.99. GoPhone is AT&T’s branded prepaid service. Starting August 8, they can also get the Nokia Lumia 635 online or in AT&T stores with black and orange back covers in the box for $139.99 at no annual commitment pricing,” a Microsoft Devices spokesperson told WinBeta.
Furthermore, you can also look at AT&T’s Next 18 and Next 12 plans, which you can snag the device and enjoy some of AT&T offerings — such as no activation fee, no upgrade free and more — for $5.84 per moth and $7 per month respectively.
The Lumia 635 sports a 4.5-inch screen with ClearBlack display. Powered by 1.2GHz quad-core processor, the handset rocks Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box. For shutterbugs, there is a 5MP shooter at the back, and device’s 8GB internal memory can be expanded up to 128 gigs via microSD card. Also, if you buy the device, you will be getting 15GB extra free space on OneDrive. The Lumia 635 also sports 512MB of RAM.
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