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
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,.