Nokia lumia 900 is free through April 21

Nokia lumia 900 is free through April 21

Nokia’s making extreme effort to rectify a glitch experienced by a few early adopters who failed to find a data connection with the Nokia lumia 900. The rectification is sincere enough, 0 credit for existing and future customers through April 21, makes the already modestly priced hardware being free.

Chris weber, head of Nokia’s North America business, stated that the glitch is resulted by a bug in memory management, it is essentially a software issues and is being fixed, a software update on April 16th will resolve the issues.

To all you folks who doesn’t like free bumper covers, this is a company may serve you well, in terms of customer service.

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