AT&T First Off The Blocks With The Nokia Lumia 830

att lumia830It is always very nice to come out first especially when it comes to something that is good, and AT&T looks set to be the first mobile carrier over in the U.S. that will deliver the Nokia Lumia 830. One of the possible “claim to fame” aspect of the Lumia 830 would be it being the thinnest Lumia smartphone to date, and those who decide to jive with AT&T will also be able to obtain a free Fitbix Flex to go along with the smartphone, now how about that for a carrot at the end of a stick?

This coming November 7th would see the Nokia Lumia 830 appear as an exclusive device online as well as at AT&T retail stores. One will be able to drop nothing down for a Lumia 830, although it will be accompanied by an AT&T Next plan that will cost one $18.75 each month with Next 182, or $22.50 a month with Next 12.2. Since life is full of choices, you too, will be able to purchase the Nokia Lumia 830 for $99.99 a pop as it is accompanied by a 2-year contract, or those who would want an unlocked device can do so for $449.99 each.

The free Fitbit Flex offer is available only for a limited time – as long as the supply line holds out, that is, so you might want to make a beeline for it. Getting it would mean having an extra $99.99 value added to your collection of gadgets, this time round in the form of an activity and sleep-tracking wristband. [Press Release]

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