AT&T is again selling the Nokia Lumia 900 on its website following a few days where it appeared the carrier had run out of its initial stock. Even though it wasn’t available online, shoppers should still have been able to grab a unit through third-party retailers such as Amazon.com or from a local AT&T location (although several of those ran out of stock, too).
AT&T already said the Lumia 900 is exceeding its expectations, so we wouldn’t be too surprised if it ran out of the phone, but The Verge noted that it’s possible AT&T pulled the phone from its online store until a fresh batch of phones with the most recent update came through.
The Lumia 900 had a bug out-of-the-gate in which it had issues connecting to AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Nokia already pushed an update but anyone who purchased the Lumia 900 can still receive a $100 credit before April 21st.
[via The Verge]