Lumia 900 white version sold out at AT&T's online store

We knew that the white version of the Nokia Lumia 900 was going to be a popular item for Windows Phone buyers, but it looks like the latest addition to the Lumia family is a bit too popular. AT&T's online store is showing that the white version is now sold out at the wireless carriers, along with the previously released cyan colored version of the Lumia 900. The white version was supposed to go on sale this past Sunday, but a few AT&T retail stores decided to put the white Lumia 900 on sale as early as last Friday.

The white Lumia 900 isn't even listed as being available for sale at on other web sites such as Amazon and Best Buy, although it's possible your local AT&T retail store might still have some available in stock.

Meanwhile, while the cyan version of the Lumia 900 is still on back order via AT&T's online store, Amazon and Best Buy's websites both list the cyan version, along with the black version, as being back in stock. Amazon's price for the Lumia 900 continues to be $49.99 with a two year contract, which is $50 less than AT&T's current price point for the product.

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daniel_rh said,
It's so sold out that the photo of the device is not even available

Yeh I bought that one, got it in the post today and it was just a sheet of paper with a url link on it.

I really don't think Nokia had enough stock of this phone. While I got one on Friday, the salesman said they only had 3. This is either a problem of ATT underestimating demand or Nokia not being able to supply them fast enough. Its so far a great experience, but I can see where if they knew that these were not upgradable or were going to havea short run until WP8 that

I really don't think Nokia had enough stock of this phone. While I got one on Friday, the salesman said they only had 3. This is either a problem of ATT underestimating demand or Nokia not being able to supply them fast enough. Its so far a great experience, but I can see where if they knew that these were not upgradable or were going to have a short run until WP8 that they would not order large quantities

In store stock and the warehouse stock are different though.

Each store may have only gotten 3 devices to sell, but the warehouse could have had 100,000 devices. We don't know.

FoxieFoxie said,
Considering that like 70-80% of all att sales are iphones, it will be interesting

yeah iphone has been strong in compared to other phones. I would say somewhere around 50k sold maybe.

FoxieFoxie said,
Considering that like 70-80% of all att sales are iphones, it will be interesting

I Nokia needs to produce enough stock of this phone if they're to make a dent in the numbers sold. It seems like they're being overly cautious with production levels.

no-sweat said,
I still don't understand the hype behind this phone. What am I missing??

It looks nice and refreshing and it's cheap.

no-sweat said,
I still don't understand the hype behind this phone. What am I missing??

What kinda phone are you carrying? I really wonder!!