AT&T is no longer selling any Windows phones on its website

After cutting back some of its listings earlier this week, AT&T has removed all Windows phones from its website. As of yesterday, there were only "Certified Like-New" models remaining, as the listing for a new Lumia 950 was removed weeks ago.

Luckily, you still have plenty of options if you want to use a Windows phone on the carrier. Other than the various third-party retailers that you can get these handsets from, the Microsoft Store still sells the AT&T-locked model of the Lumia 950 for its retail price of $298.99.

As always, you can use any unlocked phone on the network, and there are plenty available on the Microsoft Store. In fact, HP's Elite x3 "3-in-1" - which is bundled with the Desk Dock - is on sale for $599, $200 off of the regular price of $799. A number of Lumias are in stock as well, such as the Lumia 950 XL. You can find all of the Microsoft Store's Windows phone selection here.

We"ve reached out to AT&T to confirm that it won't be adding any of these listings back to its website, and we"ll keep you updated when we hear something. For now though, searching for "Lumia" on the site just takes you to support.

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