It was clear earlier this month that AT&T's new GoPhone plans were designed to get users off that T-Mobile plan and maybe not make it such a simple choice. The problem with their GoPhone plans was the lack of handset selection. Besides a few glorified feature phones and a few low end Android devices, users were forced to shell out $350-500 for a mid-range device.
The Lumia 520 fills the mid-range, low cost device selection quite nicely. It has a 4" WVGA (480x800) display, a 5MP camera, expandable memory slot and some splashy color options. It doesn't have the NFC, the Qi charging and a few of the other big boy options that the 8xx and 9xx series have, but what an option for a low cost device.
The $150 Lumia 520 and 2 years of GoPhone service will set users back $1590. A comparable AT&T postpaid option would be about $3300 a year.
Sent from my Nokia Lumia 810
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