T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 521 For $105

Those who have been trying to get your hands on the T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 521 via a great deal but worried about the “out of stock” signs everywhere, should try this new way to get the handset for the lowest price ever. Now, the device can be yours for a very low price of $105 (well, sort of). All you have to do is follow the steps written below.

Go to a local Microsoft Store to purchase the 521 for $149. At the store, talk to a representative and come to a deal of a price tag of $129.88, the handset’s price at Walmart. Then go to “Bing it on Challenge” and compare Google and Bing in a blind test, for which you will be awarded a $25 gift card. And if you use that card, the device’s price has come down to $104.88.

The Lumia 521 is coming with a 4-inch screen, a 5 megapixel camera, HD video recording, 8GB storage (expandable up to 64GB), 512MB of RAM, 1GHz dual-core processor, and it supports 4G (but there’s no LTE). The device is one of the best budget phones available at the moment.

Thanks to WP Central for coming up with this great way to get the Lumia 521 on-the-cheap. Anyone try this method yet, did it work for you?


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4 Comments

  1. Jay says:

    Microsoft Store does not have a price match guarantee. It will not match the advertised prices other retailers offer for the same items.

  2. Syed says:

    Bought 3 of these icredible phones for kids.

    • Phone Dev says:

      Oh great. It is people like you causing the out of stock issue. I’m considering **ONE** of these for Windows Phone 8 application development purposes. It is impossible to develop software for a device when the developer can’t even get their hands on one, which means fewer apps for your three devices and therefore a less than spectacular experience.

      Microsoft/Nokia: Let software/app developers have first dibs on affordable devices – and keep some in reserve for native app developers! Consumers will appreciate having more apps. Also, fix your software emulator so it runs in non-Hyper V environments. If a PC can run Win8, it should be able to run the emulator for Windows Phone 8. The number of CPUs and motherboards that support SLAT/Hyper V/etc. are all over the map. Very few software developers meet the hardware requirements to run the Windows Phone 8 emulator and supposedly the emulator runs really slow even when it does work, which makes having a physical device even more appealing. I’ll take a slow emulator over nothing, but nothing is what we’ve got right now. And thanks to people like Syed who buy more than one device at a time, they’ve sucked the market dry of affordable physical devices.

    • Leo says:

      or maybe Nokia can bring out more phones??? :))

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