Nokia Lumia 520 (AT&T Go Phone) No Annual Contract (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • Best Nokia Lumia 520 AT T Go Phone No Annual Review
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Nokia Lumia 520 GoPhone (AT&T)

Customer Reviews

What a surprise in such a cheap package!

1,091 people found this helpful.
 on July 29, 2013
By Nic
Given the MSRP for this phone, you have to set some expectations. But then you realize it doesn’t carry a 2-year agreement. You can use this phone out of the box on an AT&T Prepaid (GoPhone) line or on AT&T postpaid (contract) plans. It comes with a Micro SIM card and GoPhone activation kit in the box.

Perfect for an old curmudgeon like myself and an amazing bargain!

8 people found this helpful.
 on December 19, 2014
By old arkiedan
My wife and I are 77 and resisted owning or using cell phones until just last year when we bought one to use as a “travel phone.” We signed-up with Consumer Cellular (phone only) and bought a very, very cheap flip phone. She’s had problems using with the basic flip phone and so, when I saw this one for only $30 (along with the great reviews) I grabbed one. Putting it into service was as simple as removing the slick little sim card from the flip phone, snapping the micro sim (already performated for this purpose) and putting it in the 520. Nothing to it!

Great off contract phone at a steal of a price.

433 people found this helpful.
 on October 11, 2013
By Amazon Customer
I had an iPhone 5 a year ago and then it got stolen. I can’t afford to buy another iPhone because it is off contract with AT&T and even the iPhone 4s would cost me over $350 off contract. I’ve been curious about Windows Phone 8 and thought this would be a good way to try it out. It is a Go Phone ( marketed for prepaid plans), but if you already have an AT&T post paid phone plan, simply swap in your own SIM card and it will work right out of the box with your current phone number and plan (If you have a larger SIM card you can buy a SIM cutter for under $5 and it should work fine).

I like this better than the Android platform as far as …

7 people found this helpful.
 on December 3, 2014
I like this better than the Android platform as far as general usability. The new voice assistant seems to work well, it does everything I did with Siri on my iPhone, but the Windows app need smoothing out still and most of your favorite apps may not yet be on the platform. The phone seems well built, solid buttons, and I prefer this smaller and thinner size in a phone.

Surprising Performance!

21 people found this helpful.
 on September 12, 2013
By Conscious Buyer
I needed a replacement phone for a Galaxy S3 phone where the screen had cracked and I didn’t want to invest in buying a full-priced phone since I was still within my contract.

Incredible Windows 8.1 phone at an unbelievable price for what you get!

16 people found this helpful.
 on August 13, 2014
Incredible, especially for the price. Would likely give this 5 stars at a price closer to $200 (maybe 4 at $200). I’m not gonna list everything, but with all the new Windows Phone 8.1 features, this thing can’t be beat for twice the price (even when shopping pre-owned). Even if you have a good phone, this is a worthy backup, and if you don’t, unless you want to spend a lot of money, this is the phone to get.

Great smartphone at a low price that just works!!

9 people found this helpful.
 on January 10, 2014
By Isma'il
A few words before I begin: I USED to be an Android user and I’ve tried an iPhone but didn’t “feel the love” there either.

Snappier than my Samsung S3

4 people found this helpful.
 on January 8, 2015
By Photographer
Jan 10 2015 update

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