AT&T is putting some heavy cash behind its push to sell the
The telecommunications giant plans to spend $150 million on its campaign to sell the Nokia smartphone -- more than its budget for the iPhone, according to Ad Age.
AT&T declined to comment on its Lumia budget, but the company previously told CNET that it would launch its Android and iOS. In particular, the carrier wants to get off its dependence on the
Despite AT&T's push to get more Android smartphones in its lineup, Android has largely been a strength of Verizon's, thanks to its Droid franchise. In fact, many assume Verizon's Droid brand is synonymous with Android.
So AT&T is looking to Windows Phone and Microsoft, which has long been a partner for the company.
The Lumia 900 is off to a nice start on Amazon,.