Light up your life with the Nokia Lumia 720

by Device Portfolio Manager ‎13-04-2013 08:30 AM
Device Portfolio Manager

The Nokia Lumia 720 is a chic and social smartphone that won't stretch the budget. Today we're announcing our launch pricing and availability date.

Our deals

The Lumia 720 will be available from Vodafone for $0 per month on our $30 Plan over 24 months (total min cost $720). Feel free to grab it online, in-store or over the phone from 17th April 2013.

Love Lumia

The 6.7MP Carl Zeiss wide angle main camera captures stunning pictures at both day and night thanks to a leading f1.9 aperture. Those shots will look great surrounded by the gorgeous gloss-white unibody design with curved 4.3" Clear Black Display.

Don't forget the included suite of HERE apps, including Maps, Drive and Transit and the amazing Nokia CityLens which gives you a whole new way to experience the world around you.

If the Lumia 720 sounds right up your alley, get into store, give us a call or jump online next Wednesday. Full pricing details will also be available on that day.

Your thoughts

Are you ready for the Lumia to light up your life? Let us know in the comments or jump into the Vodafone Community. We'd love to hear from you!

by Brad12 ‎13-04-2013 09:29 AM

I believe Nokia Australia is also giving away wireless chargers for Lumia phones bought between April 1 and May 31 2013, you need to apply on their website.

by Justin10 ‎14-04-2013 07:10 AM

what colours are going to be available?

by Jez2 ‎15-04-2013 02:32 AM

How much extra will this be on the old 29 Plan

by Michael_B_QLD ‎15-04-2013 11:55 AM

Pitty has 512MB of RAM, Some apps require 1GB, so I would look to the 820.

by casio85 ‎19-04-2013 09:16 AM

it's 18/04/2013 but i haven't seen the phone in vodafone's website yet.

by Bruce_Pulver ‎13-07-2013 01:08 AM

Dear Lawrence, I am due for a new phone now, I am not going to the "white side",had Samsung, done HTC, hate win 8. Looking for something new and fresh. WILL VODAFONE PLEASE LET ME HAVE A. Z10!!!!!.
Come on new network, new OS. Or do I have to play the fear card, and say I don't want the NSA to know everything about me. Give me the best security handset.
Want more choices. When you closed Crazy John's I had high hopes that the purchasing officer would come to Vodafone, who ever he/she was had style and balls to think outside the box. Red s3, pink s2.
Offer more to match the new network.