Nokia Lumia 920, Is It Being Treated As An Exclusive Device????

I was on Twitter earlier today & there was a discussion going on regarding The Nokia Lumia920, AT&T, & The Microsoft Store regarding who would be best suited or most informed to sell the product. I personally have to say it wouldn't matter who sells the product but how well trained and informed the staff is in the product & how they pitch it to the consumer. There have been a few post i seen where people were being told told they can't buy the phone outright, Mark Guim of  TheNokiaBlog had this issue.

Below is a picture of a EE store in the UK displaying the Lumia920 in the furthest corner of the store, mind you they have the exclusivity to the device, you would think Blackberry just released a device.

 

We here at NokiaInnovation want to know your experiences with your purchase of the Lumia920, whether it was in store, online, was the staff pushing the product, how was it displayed, what could have been done better, were they knowledgable about the product & most importantly your thoughts and suggestions. This isn't limited to the U.S. its for everyone.

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Lenny Bonsignore
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Lenny Bonsignore @LennyBons34 is Owner/Editor- in -Chief of OneTechStop, Sports fan, Tech guy, & Mailman by Day [email protected]

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  1. WP8 handsets don’t have major displays here in London. It’s just another phone for Orange, T-Mobile and EE shops – have yet to see an actual and real Lumia 920 in these shops. Phones4U showed me a brand new Lumia 920, I switched it on for the very first time and saw it set itself up. They said they’ll now be putting out a real display version. CPW has everything else and are showing HTC WP8 phones next to Lumia 800/900.

    So, all in all, you can pick up HTC 8S now but Lumia 920 is a rare specie due to the EE exclusive. Overall though, the marketing is less than stellar – GS3 and iPhone5 are the darlings; Blackberry still is significant in phone shops and WP8 is in the background. If I launched WP8 I would have had all phone operators selling the product with a defined and large product placement/display area for every outlet in order to define and showcase the phone. I’d also open it up to the SIM-only providers so it allows maximum exposure, purchasing and revenues. I think there is a hue latent demand for WP8, especially the Lumia 920 phone and people are primed for purchase when the UK EE exclusive ends and one can get better 3G tariffs and also not the expensive 4G tariffs.

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