Nokia acknowledges Lumia 900 issues, offers a fix

11 April, 2012 | Comments (151) | Post your comment

Nokia Lumia 900 has become available just recently and exclusively (for now) for AT&T in the USA. Unfortunately, some users reported inability to establish or loss of data connection. Often those people were cut off from the LTE network completely.

Nokiaís response came rather quickly Ė the issue is said to be software-related and the fix is already in the works. The firmware update to resolve it will become available on Monday, April 16.

In case you own a troubled Lumia 900, but donít want to wait for another week, you are welcome to switch your unit for a new and updated one at the AT&Tís stores immediately.

As an apology for the inconvenience Nokia is giving $100 credit to the AT&Tís bill to everyone, who bought or plans on buying the Lumia 900 until April 21.

Nokia Lumia 900 is available only (for a limited time) on AT&T and costs $100 with a 2-year contract. And if you get one until April 21 youíll get that $100 back. Now seems like the right time to buy one, isnít it?

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Nokia acknowledges Lumia 900 issues, offers a fix - reader comments

  • Anonymous

900 users = paid beta testers

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  • 2012-04-19 10:38
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  • John.

The link u posted, it's showing about no. of devices shipped, not saled. (also it is in U.S , not in thd world). You owned Lumia 710? Really? Tell me the current software vesion in the device. (note: not the OS WP 7.5)

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  • 2012-04-16 13:57
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  • Verbal_Criminal

you sir! yes you (JOHN) is a big crap. your a troll! you commented on my post on a previous article of me trolling nokia. and now i find a post of yours that not really antagonizing the nokia brand but in a hot dispute in this artic...

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  • 2012-04-16 09:20
  • 9Lax