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T-Mobile has cut the asking price of the Nokia Lumia 710, giving Windows Phone fanciers the chance to get on board with Microsoft’s OS for £15.50 per month.

The 14-month tariff, which is available for a limited period, includes a free phone, as well as 50 call minutes, 250 texts and 250MB of mobile data usage per month.

Nokia Lumia 710 colours

Billed as the first phone to pull off the live tiles and road-sign inspired U.I of Windows Phone on a budget, the Lumia 710’s standout feature is its pretty spanking 3.7-inch ClearBlack screen.

It’s also home to 1.4GHz Scorpion processor, a five megapixel camera with HD video recording, 8GB of internal storage and video and photo editing software.

And rounding off the package are free, built-in Nokia services, Nokia Drive and Nokia Music, focussed on navigation and music discovery respectively, plus a choice of thousands of apps and games from the Windows Marketplace.

Find out more about the Nokia Lumia 710 here: Nokia Lumia 710

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