Gsmarena, we know this is about Nokia's anticipated low sales and failure, so don't blend in I Phone offer or make it look like a general AT&T sales tactics. We know the Nokia price has been slashed from $199 to $99 even before launch.
1520 is coming to $0.99 within weeks. I know that for sure. Because no one in their right senses wants to buy a big toy with green and yellow tiles for anything more than $200 off contract!
need more improvements with suitable Price
Companies should think of customers also not just only their profits..
-better battery life?
Could you please not talk about on-contract prices without mentioning anything about the monthly price; a phone doesn't get cheaper when you just buy it on credit and get some extra data bandwith with it that the company knows you statistically won't use.