The Nokia Lumia 635 is probably one of the most anticipated phones of the year. Surely it’s not the most powerful or good looking phone in the market, but the fact that costs between $99 to $129 off-contract, and even better, the fact that it runs Windows Phone like a champ, are all reasons to make this phone a success. Recently the device was pulled from the Microsoft Store for reasons that we still can’t explain, but the problem seems to be solved today.
As of today you can pre-order the Nokia Lumia 635 on the Microsoft Store if you want to use it on T-Mobile. We still don’t know why it’s not available for AT&T, but it should only be a matter of time for that to start working as well. The biggest difference is that the T-Mobile variant is a tad more expensive at $129, compared to just $99 on AT&T. Still, a $20 difference between carriers is not really a deal breaker if you want to continue on T-Mobile’s services.
T-Mobile will also be offering this device on the Home Shopping network this weekend, and you can expect it on T-Mobile’s online store on July 9th, or brick-and-mortar stores as of July 16th.