With the Lumia 900 going on sale April 9th in AT&T stores, Nokia is apparently pulling out all the stops to make sure potential buyers get the best possible impression.WPCentral has reported that Nokia paid up to $ 25 million to have the Lumia 900 designated a “Company Use” phone, one of the handsets that’s available for free to sales reps. Although employees can get any device at a discount, this looks like the first time a Windows Phone has appeared on the CU list, which is otherwise populated by Android phones and the iPhone. Nokia is reportedly expecting 80 percent of Front Seller employees to turn in their current company handsets for the Lumia 900.
Sources say that AT&T also has something to gain from heavily promoting the Windows…
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