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The_Linux_Crew 04-22-2013 11:00 AM

Nokia Lumia 900 $171 (Lightly used) Galaxy S3 $303 - AT&T - no contract
 
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In the past, these have been new open box units with all original packaging and accessories.

Order summary

Item Subtotal:
$179.99
Shipping & Handling:
$7.24
Promotion Applied COUPON=SNAPSHOT
-$9.00
Free Shipping
-$7.24
Before Tax Total:
$170.99
Estimated Tax:
$0.00
Order Total:
$170.99

http://www.secondipity.com/Nokia-...B00AAHI49W


Also, Galaxy S3 $303
http://www.secondipity.com/Samsun...B00891P3QI

fyu 04-22-2013 11:08 AM

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PoohBah 04-22-2013 11:10 AM

Noting AT&T in the title and/or the description might be helpful.

The_Linux_Crew 04-22-2013 11:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PoohBah (Post 59006606)
Noting AT&T in the title and/or the description might be helpful.

fixed.

Moooshe 04-22-2013 11:33 AM

S3 sold out already.

Prince01 04-22-2013 11:46 AM

Is Nokia 900 can be unlocked to use with t-mobile?
Wait! what Windows 7 Mango OS, even in $100 wouldn't worth, because neither Microsoft nor Nokia will upgrade to Windows 8 and you will stuck with Mango!

genisys 04-22-2013 11:55 AM

Mango is delicious. I dig them!

dealegger 04-22-2013 12:09 PM

s3 soldout...

SneezeFreeze 04-22-2013 12:23 PM

There is an unlocked version of Lumia 900 available here for $220 - Just incase you want a new one and unlocked..
http://1saleaday.com/wireless/

Beezay 04-22-2013 12:47 PM

If I were to buy the Lumia, and put my dumb-phone SIM in there, would AT&T detect it and force me into a data plan? I had a friend who did that to an iPhone 3GS and AT&T did not charge him data.

slayu 04-22-2013 12:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beezay (Post 59008806)
If I were to buy the Lumia, and put my dumb-phone SIM in there, would AT&T detect it and force me into a data plan? I had a friend who did that to an iPhone 3GS and AT&T did not charge him data.

Yes, since at&t sells lumia 910, you will have to add on data plan sooner or later.

Kinglicious 04-22-2013 12:56 PM

It may not have as large a screen or as good a camera, but for this price a 620 might be worth looking into. The biggest enemy to the lumia 900 is other windows 8 lumia phones.

bachak 04-22-2013 01:12 PM

Sincere advice - don't buy WP..

NES_Jackal 04-22-2013 01:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bachak (Post 59009276)
Sincere advice - don't buy WP..

Please explain.

flyingroach 04-22-2013 01:31 PM

Only used this seller once, but shipping was super fast and the Lumia 900 I got looked almost new. I have used on and off since Dec 2012 and it is inferior to most android phones. I vote save your $ for android, BUT it does get the job done for most users that only use email/facebook/text and voice call.

Even used old HTC inc 2 works better than Lumia 900 but looks ugly.I have used it on ATT prepay (net10) and Tmobile and it works fine. I had sis that is ATT account holder to call and get it unlocked. Teathering has worked for me since day 1. TMobile 1900MHZ great when in coverage area.

stormz 04-22-2013 01:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beezay (Post 59008806)
If I were to buy the Lumia, and put my dumb-phone SIM in there, would AT&T detect it and force me into a data plan? I had a friend who did that to an iPhone 3GS and AT&T did not charge him data.

Possibly if you called AT&T on your dumbphone and asked them to apply a Data Opt Out on your phone line it could work.

Gigamaster89 04-22-2013 02:11 PM

I don't think AT&T lets you opt out of data for smartphones.

bachak 04-22-2013 02:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NES_Jackal (Post 59009342)
Please explain.

1) Tiles
2) No app lock feature (kids can click and buy apps) in Marketplace
3) No auto rotation control
4) No permanent battery indicator on top bar
5) No apps on lock screen (so you can directly click app icon and unlock + open app)
6) No sound profile app (home, office, outdoor which can control ringtones, volume, brightness, gps, vibration mode etc.)
7) Sort WP marketplace by top apps.. There will be hardly few k reviews (& less) comapred to Android/iOS where you will find lots of apps with more than 100k reviews..
Basically Less than 5% smartphone marketshare = Less apps (free + paid)

Oh.Y.Not 04-22-2013 02:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stormz (Post 59009818)
Possibly if you called AT&T on your dumbphone and asked them to apply a Data Opt Out on your phone line it could work.

No, it doesn't work. Even if the line has Data Opt-Out, they will still force a data plan on you when they detect a smartphone imei.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gigamaster89 (Post 59010372)
I don't think AT&T lets you opt out of data for smartphones.

Correct.

Kaijura 04-22-2013 02:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NES_Jackal (Post 59009342)
Please explain.

Windows Phone does not have the endless abyss of apps as Apple and Android but is a solid OS.

Now this is a solidly built phone and the Nokia options are nice. There is a offline GPS that enables you to only download the state you need, Nokia music has a offline music mode but I think Pandora is better despite the offline mode. The camera is good and is good surfing the Net but there is no flash support. Another gripe is there no gift card support for the marketplace unless you use Bing which gets you free points for free money codes.

The price is good but I would say go for a Win 8 phone. It will have longer support and it does support more apps than the older 7.8 models. I got a used 820 and it is great and supports more apps as the background tasks are getting away from legacy code. Visually 7.8 and 8 look the same and Live Tiles are similar to widgets

emjlr3 04-22-2013 06:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kinglicious (Post 59008968)
It may not have as large a screen or as good a camera, but for this price a 620 might be worth looking into. The biggest enemy to the lumia 900 is other windows 8 lumia phones.

it probably has a better camera to be honest, and the form factor IMO is ideal, not to mention its looks (the 900 was a disappointment after holding the 800, which was ergonomic perfection)

you can get a new 620 for about $220 (i have seen them go for under $200), which comes with wp8, better hardware all around, except for the smaller screen, though some might prefer its size.

The_Linux_Crew 04-22-2013 06:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by genisys (Post 59007632)
Mango is delicious. I dig them!

:iagree:

It does nearly everything most people need and does it well. Besides, there are not very many W8 specific apps. Most of what works on W8 works on Mango.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gigamaster89 (Post 59010372)
I don't think AT&T lets you opt out of data for smartphones.

If you use Prepaid you can.

SDRebel 04-22-2013 07:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beezay (Post 59008806)
If I were to buy the Lumia, and put my dumb-phone SIM in there, would AT&T detect it and force me into a data plan? I had a friend who did that to an iPhone 3GS and AT&T did not charge him data.

If you don't need data, you can do prepaid unlimited text and voice for $20-$30

The_Linux_Crew 04-24-2013 11:44 AM

They still have both phones in stock, but slightly different models for a slightly higher price. FYI


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