To attract more customers and raise the falling sales Microsoft prepared a special offer on its latest Lumia flagships. From now on within a limited-time BOGO offer US and Canadian customers may buy the Lumia 950 and 950 XL and simultaneously save big money. If you’ve been thinking about getting yourself one of the recent Windows handsets, perhaps this is the deal you’ve been waiting for.
Giving its customers hard to resist BOGO offer, Microsoft kicks off with a deal within which you can buy the Lumia 950 or 950 XL and get the second Lumia 950 completely out of charge.
Some time ago we read that the Microsoft’s recent financial report unveiled that the Redmond team faces serious sales issues concerning Lumia family. To find a remedy to that the company decided to boost sales of the line by offering the Lumia 950 and 950 XL in a special promo.
Starting today all US and Canadian customers who will buy an unlocked Lumia 950 XL, will get a free also unlocked Lumia 950 within Microsoft’s Store BOGO deal. As for the prices the smaller Lumia 950 costs $550, whereas the XL variant is being sold for $650. As you see it’s a really lucrative deal, maybe even the best currently available. No other promo offers the Lumia 950 for as little as $275.
In order to make use of the Redmond’s latest deal on Lumia 950 series, you need to act fast and purchase the phone between April 25th or May 1st. But the quicker you make the purchase decision, the better since the deal is available as long as supplies last.
What’s the whole fuss about? Well, if you not familiar with the topic, running Windows Phone 10 both Lumias 950 sport a sharp Quad HD display and come powered by the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB of built-in expandable via microSD cards storage. Except for the Windows 10 experience the phones provide their potential users with great optics represented by a 20MP rear camera accompanied by a selfie-oriented 5MP sensor on the front. Surely worth consideration, isn’t it?
Interestingly enough, the Lumia 950 will held the Microsoft’s flagship phone status for long, since according to some rumors the company won’t deliver any Microsoft-branded phones until 2017 instead they will try to refocus on their cooperation with carriers.
source: Microsoft Store