The Nokia Lumia 920 launched back at the start of November with EE being the exclusive operator offering the smartphone in the UK. However, it looks like that's all about to change in January when Nokia's Windows smartphone comes to other operators.
The information comes from Nokia's UK Facebook page where they unveiled they've been working to make the Lumia 920 available from other operators in January. Obviously, EE will remain the only place to take advantage of 4G on the Lumia 920, but the other operators could offer better value.
We're holding out our hopes that Three will be stocking the Lumia 920 because they offer the best value mobile tariffs. If they do you'll be able to get the Lumia 920 with unlimited data without emptying your bank account.
The Lumia 920 is Nokia's flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone which features a 4.5 inch Puremotion HD+ display, a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and a Pureview camera. As we mentioned previously it supports 4G, as well as WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth and has 32GB of onboard memory.
As soon as 3G get news on what other operators will be stocking the Lumia 920 we'll let you know !
By Simon Thomas on 11th December, 2012