Get Free Lumia Coloud Boom Headphones With any Windows Phone Purchase

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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Microsoft is looking for new ways to convince people to buy Windows phones, and their latest idea will delight many music-listeners. Microsoft plans to give you free Lumia Coloud Boom headphones when you purchase any Windows Phone device in the United States.
free nokia headphones wind8appsIf you go to Windows Store to buy a new Windows Phone device, you’ll notice the promotional strap that says “Free Nokia Headphones while supplies last” on every phone’s page. Also, when you add the desired phone to your cart, you’ll see that a set of yellow Lumia Coloud Boom headphones is also present in your cart for the price of $0.00. These headphones are usually available for the price of $34.99 as a separate product, but they’re also on discount in the Microsoft Store, for the price of $19.99.

This free Lumia Coloud Boom offer is available even for the cheapest Windows Phone devices on sale in the Microsoft Store, like new Acer’s Liquid M220, which is available for the price of just $79 off-contract, and Lumia 435, available for $70 on T-Mobile contract. Microsoft also recently launched a lot of Windows Phone devices in the US, like the new 640 on T-Mobile, Lumia 640 XL on AT&T, and the little bit older Microsoft Lumia 735 on Verizon.

It looks like Microsoft wants to attract users to buy as many Windows Phone devices as possible before the release of the new operating system, Windows 10 Mobile, which will come out this fall. And it seems like the strategy is working, because the company said that sales of Windows Phone devices have raised for 18% compared to last year, which is solid success.

So if you like this offer, you should hurry up and buy your Windows Phone devices with free Lumia Coloud Boom headphones while supplies last.

Read Also: Microsoft Releases Video Recording Fix for Lumia Camera


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