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Nokia Lumia 920 – UK pricing and availability round up

Nokia Lumia 920 – UK pricing and availability round up

by Nirave1 November 2012

So you’ve decided that Windows Phone 8 is for you. Maybe you’ve seen our Nokia Lumia 920 hands on and read through our Lumia 920 vs HTC 8X comparison and decided to go for Nokia’s flagship. Nokia unveiled the Lumia 920 last month with an impressive feature list including an impressing PureMotion HD+ screen with advanced multi-touch (it works with gloves!!), PureView camera, Qi wireless charging and of course the Windows Phone 8 OS.

Since the launch of Windows Phone 8 on Monday evening, we now know more about how to get hold of the Lumia 920 so here’s the info you need. As we revealed previously, EE has network exclusivity – likely because they have the only operational UK 4G network – which means you’ll be using EE’s network if you want a Lumia 920 on contract. However you’ll also be able to buy the handset from Phones4u, who have retail exclusivity on the Lumia 920.


The Nokia Lumia 920 will launch on EE on November 9th and is available on a range of plans, all with unlimited minutes and texts. For the low data user, the Lumia 920 costs £49 upfront with a £36 a month contract (with 500MB data). As the Lumia 920 features 4G, we’d recommend you go with a higher data allowance so the ideal plan cost £46 per month (3GB data) and a £19.99 upfront cost.

Nokia Lumia 920 on EE


Phones4u will launch the Lumia 920 later this month (most likely after it launches on EE) and will offer Nokia’s WP8 flagship for £19.99 upfront with a £46 per month plan. For those who want either the Red or the Yellow Lumia 920, Phones4u have complete exclusivity on the colours (they won’t be available from EE direct) meaning you’ll have to buy it through Phones4u.

Nokia Lumia 920 at Phones4u

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  • Bigpapapowell

    This is my grumble about the launch of the Lumia 920 in the UK.

    Nokia have truly shot themselves in the foot with this one, How can such a massive player in the world of phones who are on the verge of collapse make such a massive mistake???

    Its a massive insult to the many many Nokia staff that were made redundant due to the cuts made so they could concentrate on rebuilding the brand, create a iPhone beating phone and then make a simple school boy error,
    Exclusivity worked for Apple when the original iphone came out but at that point it was considered a luxury to own a smartphone, people would switch,
    Now things have changed, the market is massive and companies can’t afford to lose buisness, least of all Nokia.

    The Marketing for the new “flagship” Lumia 920 has been half hearted by Nokia but enough to drum up some great interest, I’m sure many will agree the Phone sells itself but choosing to leave the end game to A company or sorry companies in some sort of multi-personality disorder (Orange-T-Mobile-EE), has proved to be a massive massive mistake on Nokia’s part,
    The people need choice in this current climate but the split personality of EE, Orange and T-mobile have torn all the hard work up done by Nokia by the very poor marketing running up to the launch (when ever it may be).

    Its a massive saving grace that the Lumia 920 looks to be a great phone, which I’m sure like myself many others will be willing to wait for with a choice of network (lets hope we’re not left waiting to long) but I’ve no doubt that Nokia has likely hammered the last nail on its very own coffin.