Nokia Lumia 925 now available on AT&T for $99.99

The Nokia Lumia 925 is now available on AT&T at a price tag of $99.99 on a two-year contract.

Nokia launched the Lumia 925 in May and initially the handset was made exclusive to T-Mobile. However, AT&T announced on Aug. 27 that it will start offering the handset from Sept. 13.

"AT&T has sold more Windows Phones than any other U.S. carrier and the Nokia Lumia 925 makes a great addition to our growing portfolio," said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president- Devices, AT&T. "It packs the outstanding camera performance Nokia is known for with an affordable price point that makes it a solid deal for anyone in the market for a new smartphone."

Nokia launched the Lumia 925 in three color options: black, white and gray; however, AT&T is currently offering only the black variant of the handset. Other color options may soon join the carrier's lineup.

If you want to buy the handset outright then you'll have to pay $429.99. The carrier is also offering the handset for $99.99 on a new two-year contract.

AT&T was the first carrier in the U.S. to offer a top-end Nokia Lumia 920 in Nov. 2012. Now, AT&T is the only carrier in the U.S. that has three top-end Lumia handsets in its WP8 smartphone portfolio, including the Lumia 920, Lumia 925 and the Lumia 1020.

The Lumia 925 is supposed to be a minor upgrade to the Lumia 920. AT&T has a price tag of $49.99 for the Lumia 920 on a two-year contract. Interestingly, the Lumia 920 is available for $439.99 outright, which is $10 higher than the Lumia 925.

The Lumia 925 is the only Lumia handset that has an aluminum chassis, unlike the polycarbonate body found on other Lumia smartphones such as the Lumia 920, Lumia 1020 and more.

The carrier's partnership with Nokia seems to grow stronger as rumors suggest that the upcoming Lumia 1520 phablet and the Sirius tablet may be exclusive to AT&T. However, the Sirius tablet has also been spotted with Verizon branding.

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