lumia1020If you’ve been thinking about buying the Nokia Lumia 1020, now might be the best time — given that you’re in the right spot, that is.

Eight Microsoft stores are selling the device for free on-contract with AT&T. The device, which features a 41-megapixel camera, retails for $199 with a two-year contract on the Microsoft Store website.

Reports surfaced Thursday afternoon after a WPCentral forum user “dkp23″ posted a screenshot of an email he received from Microsoft notifying him of the deal, which ends Nov. 3.

In an email, a Microsoft representative told GeekWire that the deal is available at these stores:

  1. Microsoft Store at Fashion Valley Mall in San Diego, CA
  2. Microsoft Store at the Valley Fair Mall in San Jose, CA
  3. Microsoft Store at Christiana Mall in Newark, Deleware
  4. Microsoft Store at Stanford Shopping Center in San Jose, CA
  5. Microsoft Store at the Mall at Rockingham in Salem, NH
  6. Microsoft Store at the Westchester, Whiteplains, NY
  7. Microsoft Store at the Village at Corte Madera in Corte Madera, CA
  8. Microsoft Store at the Natick Mall in Natick, MA

Previously on GeekWire: This bad-ass drone turns the Nokia 1020 into an aerial surveillance device 

Comments

  • Arlington Albertson

    ….why would you limit a promotion like this to just a few stores? Exclusivity? How is that going to help pick up millions of users? Oy, somebody get them a new Marketing director STAT!

  • AlexFirth91

    I can confirm Columbus Circle NY, NY speciality store. Just purchased a yellow 1020 and only paid 99 which was Microsoft warranty. Tax free!!! Couldn’t pass this up.

  • Dee

    It doesn’t matter what store. This promotion started Thursday and ended by friday night. Even though they said this promotion was good till Novemeber 1st.

    • mrp

      It’s over?? How do you know?

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