Nokia’s Lumia 900 connection fail with AT&T network compensated with $100 credit
The major data bug that disabled Nokia Lumia 900 users from accessing AT&T’s network seemed to have let many down. That’s why Nokia are offering a $100 credit to those affected, and even those who were still unaware of this bug. This credit is said to automatically appear on the bills of users. Now, if they are denied network access, isn’t the refund of sorts pointless or minimally beneficial? Well, on the up side the network’s $100 plan that makes the phone available for this price makes it practically free, after the credit.
All those buying the phone by April 21st will avail of this credit. Users can repair the bug by swapping their phones at an AT&T store or by downloading a Zune update that will be made available by April 16.