Price Drop Alert: Nokia Lumia 928 Now Just 99 Cents!
Are you ready for a new Windows Phone 8 smartphone with camera capabilities that beat your old point-and-shoot camera? The Nokia Lumia 928 for Verizon Wireless snaps amazing HD videos and photos in low light, and takes Harry Potter-like, moving photos that you'll love to share. Now this amazing smartphone is just 99 cents! That's $40 less than Verizon Wireless.
Wirefly's own expert reviewer, Megan Murray, said the "Nokia Lumia 928 smartphone from Verizon Wireless is probably the best Windows Phone device to hit the market thus far." (Read her entire Nokia Lumia 928 Review). Explore the web, play games, and stream movies on the impressive 4.5-inch PureMotion AMOLED touchscreen. Edit and playback photos and videos captured with the 8.7 megapixel camera/camcorder with xenon and LED flash. This sleek phone feels luxurious in the hand, and only you will know what a deal it was at just 99 cents!
If you already use a Microsoft-powered computer or tablet, then you'll love how easily the Nokia Lumia 928 fits into your life. Move seamlessly from your office PC to your home computer and everywhere in between with the familiar Windows user experience. In fact, you already know how to use this intuitively designed smartphone thanks to the Windows OS eco-system. The simplistic and legendary Windows design makes the Nokia easy to use, but doesn't limit your personalization. Make your Nokia Lumia 928 your own with apps, games, and more available to download from the Windows Phone Store.
Grab the Nokia Lumia 928 for Verizon Wireless while it's just 99 cents at Wirefly!
Here is a quick look video review of the Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone 8 smartphone for Verizon Wireless on sale now:
Have you seen the Microsoft commercials on TV touting the low-light, nighttime camera performance of the Nokia Lumia 928? Notice the in-store price at the end! Buy from Wirefly today and save with this limited time price drop.
As always, see offer details at time of purchase. Activation and new 2-year agreement required.