Best Nokia Lumia 920 SIM free price deals November 2012

The Nokia Lumia 920 has landed bringing with it a 4.5-inch IPS screen, PureView camera photography and Windows Phone 8. If you’re looking for the best SIM free price then check out the latest deals for November 2012.

The Nokia Lumia 920 is a 4.5-inch smartphone that offers more innovation and features than you’ll find in any other smartphone right now. Whether it’s the PureMotion HD+ display with super-sensitive handling, wireless charging, or just the beautiful unibody design, the Nokia Lumia 920 is an amazing step forward.

Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 smartphone with wireless charging, PureView and PureMotion

There has been a great deal of speculation as to whether the Nokia Lumia 920 would be made available SIM free but now it seems the offers are starting to appear, with Phones 4u offering the best one right now.

Phones 4u is offering the Nokia Lumia 920 Red Edition for £459.95 (inc. VAT)

Phones 4u is offering the Nokia Lumia 920 Yellow Edition for £459.95 (inc. VAT)

Phones 4u is offering the Nokia Lumia 920 Black Edition for £459.95 (inc. VAT)

Phones 4u is offering the Nokia Lumia 920 White Edition for £459.95 (inc. VAT)

Looking for a monthly contract deal? Then check out the Nokia UK Monthly Deals price guide

Please be aware this handset will only work with Orange, T-Mobile & EE sim cards.

Spotted a Nokia Lumia 920 SIM free deal that beats any of the above? Let us know in the Comments below and we’ll add them to the list.  

  • Jackson Wong

    Are you going to use all the apps, without apps, are you going to buy iphone or andriod phone?????? Nokia phone, doesn’t need that many apps, can do more than any other phone on the market,

  • Dad

    Phones4U – went to(/phoned) 8 different branches looking to buy the Yellow Lumia 920 (knowing they are SIM locked) not one of them was able to sell me one. The stock answer was: “they are only available on contract and we do not sell the handsets alone” this was even though they had them in stock. Anyone else had this problem?? The Nokia launch is really rubbish :(

  • S_A_R_K_I_S

    This is why NOKIA didn’t go ANDROID route, and to be honest its good they didn’t….you want something different, you want to have an advantage over others…just thing about it , however I don’t think you have….anyway, watch and understand

  • SuperMario7

    The Nokia Lumia 920 would be an awesome phone…if it ran Android. I
    really don’t buy into this argument about differentiation, Nokia could
    have used Android as a base and created a great piece of software,
    although it’s a completely different product, Amazon do this with the
    Kindle Fire HD, yes it’s an Android tablet, but at the same time it’s
    not because it stands out from the crowd.

    I just don’t think WP8 is going to succeed, it’s come way too late to the party,Android dominates and Apple do well at the very top end.

    The Lumia 920 won’t get anywhere near the iPhone 5 or Galaxy S3 in terms of like for like sales, it’s just
    common sense, if you’re going to spend almosty £500.00 on a handset, why
    buy one which has no apps and an inferior camera, (look at any
    independent test and see how poor the Lumia 920 camera is, “Karl Zeiss”
    means nothing), when you could get an iPhone which has a huge library of
    software and games (Infinity Blade 2 and the upcoming Infinity Blade Dungeons for chrissakes, I mean in terms of gaming it’s a no contest as iOS
    has pretty much every top game and more than you can think of)

    if you really want a bargain, you get a 16Gb Nexus 4 for £279, if you
    leave aside LTE it totally spanks the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920 in terms of
    pure hardware, it has a quad core 1.5ghz processor, 2gbs of ram, and
    just look at that price. If you go for the 8Gb Nexus 4 you could buy 2
    of them for the price of 1 Lumia 920. You gotta be kidding me if you
    think the Lumia 920 resembles any kind of “value”, how are those Lumia
    800 expensive paperweights from last year doing? Not buying a Lumia 800
    was the best decision I ever made when it comes to smartphones.

  • Paul

    The Phones4u SIM free deal is locked to EE !! Hardly SIM free…..

  • Sponge

    You need to mention the fact that P4Us ‘SIM free’ 920s are network locked, to the EE network (EE, Orange, T-Mobile, Virgin).

    The only places to get a truely SIM free, i.e. network unlocked, 920 at the moment are from Clove or Expansys (but they’re out of stock) or outside the UK, e.g.

  • Q Habib

    Its not really SIM free since the phone would still be locked to a network. It is stated on their website.

  • gazwkduk

    People need to know that these ‘sim free’ versions are actually locked to EE, Orange or T-mobile sims.
    You really should have included this info in the article for the benefit of your readers o_O

  • JohnA

    It should be pointed out, that even though the phones are sim-free, they are still locked to EE / Orange / T-mobile….

    Clove / Expansys are listing a white 920 in the region of £550 ( inc VAT ).

  • James Clarenbone

    Phones4u 920’s are locked to EE, Orange, T-mobile. Please state this in your article as saying sim free is misleading and has already caused too many problems.

  • Robert Allen

    you should mention phone4U is locked to EE, T mobile and orange only

  • Barry Alan

    The sim free deal is still locked to EE Orange and Tmobile

  • yaz

    This is a lie as its locked to EE tmobile orange,

    if you want I got a Unlocked Sim free Nokia lumia 920 listed on ebay ,
    its not locked to EE/tmobile orange whatever, can be used on all
    networks Item number 221153878832

  • PB

    The Phones4u ones are all network locked to EE (Extremely Expensive), even though they don’t come with a SIM. Kinda pushing the definition of ‘SIM free’ in my opinion… Can’t find anywhere else to get one :(

  • mikewarner

    You should add the comment that P4U SIM-free phones are locked to the EE/Orange/T-Mobile providers. For SIM-free and truly unlocked you need to look to e-tailers such as Clove, Expansys or overseas (i.e. Germany). Pricing, including VAT, currently tends to be in the £520 – £560 range.