Clove offering wireless kit and more for free with £435 Lumia 930 purchase

After Carphone Warehouse announced the pre-order details and available plans for Nokia 930, Clove is offering the same deal for a retail price of £435 if you don't want to pay for a monthly plan from major cellular providers.

Clove is offering the new Nokia (and Windows Phone) flagship, the Lumia 930, for a VAT-included price of £435 which will be available on July 17th. To make things even nicer, the company is offering a few goodies for you to enjoy your brand new phone even more. A DC-50 portable wireless charger kit, a MD-12 wireless speaker and a £20 Windows Phone Store voucher​ are given as a gift with your purchase, totaling up to £130. 

To learn more you can visit the offer page. To pre-order your Nokia 930 online from Clove, you can visit here. The Lumia 930 will be available in black, orange and green, and the deal will end on 31st July.

The new flagship Lumia 930 comes with a quad-core S800 Snapdragon processor clocked at 2.2 Ghz, 2 GB RAM, 32GB Storage and a 5" Full HD Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen along with a 20 MP camera.

Source & Images: WMPoweruser

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Samsung accused of using child labor in China to meet demand

Next Story

Seven years on, Halo 3's last known Easter egg has been discovered


Commenting is disabled on this article.

Very tempted as it means I can finally buy Plants vs Zombies and some sort of shift calendar app (don't really want to pay money for them :/) but my 920 is still serving me well and I don't feel I need a new phone just yet.
What I want though is another matter!

SnapDragon 800 with 2GB RAM, that too in Windows phone platform is not enough processing power for higher FPS video ??

Like, i guess iPhone can do 720p in 60 FPS.. Right ?? Why cant this one ??

I've just been on the Phone to T-Mobile/EE in the UK, trying to get an early upgrade. They have them in stock, and will allow me to upgrade, but won't let me pre-order until the 14th :(

Makes up the £100 price difference over the Nexus 5. The camera is much better on the 930 too which makes this a very nice deal.

£435 seems like a really good price for the phone with the wiresless kit. I would have gone for a WP8.1 phone if they did a high end device with a small screen.

I think the price reflects the fact that the 930 is ultimately just an Icon which has been available in the US for a while now.

Shame it's green :/

Edit: That can be replaced with an original Nokia part for around £12 :)

Edited by FiB3R, Jul 10 2014, 12:27pm :