Nokia’s Launches First Windows Phone Smartphone

  • Nokia Lumia uses mobile Windows Phone O/S
  • Available from March 13
  • Comes with Nokia Drive

Nokia has finally dumped its Symbian operating system in an attempt to win back its shrinking marketshare. It has gone for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.5 operating system for its Lumia 800 handset.

The Nokia Lumia 800 comes with Nokia Drive, an intelligent satellite navigation system featuring voice-guided navigation, information on local traffic conditions, speed limits and speed cameras.

The Nokia Lumia 800 will be available from metropolitan Telstra Stores from Tuesday 13 March, with regional Stores and partners receiving stock progressively after this date.

Consumer customers can purchase the Nokia Lumia 800 for $0 upfront on the $59 Freedom Connect Plan, with $550 worth of included calls and MMS, unlimited SMS and 1.5GB of data, all to standard Australian numbers (excludes use overseas) each month. Min cost over 24 months is $1,416.

Business customers can purchase the Nokia Lumia 800 for $0 upfront on the $70 Business Mobile Advantage Member plan (after using their MRO bonus), with unlimited standard national SMS and free national voice calls in Australia to eligible mobiles on the same account as well as 1GB of data to use in Australia each month that can be shared between eligible mobiles on the same account while in Australia. Min cost over 24 months is $1680.



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