Nokia launched its flagship Windows Phone smartphone in the US last weekend, the Nokia Lumia 900 and yesterday we heard that a number of users are having problems with the device and its cellular data connection.
Nokia has now acknowledged the issue and will be releasing a software update to fix the problem, but the company has also offered to replace any handsets which have the problem with a new handset with the updated software.
On top of that, anyone who has purchased a Nokia Lumia 900 since launch day until the 21st of April, who has had the problem will receive a $100 credit on their AT&T bill from Nokia.
Nokia will release the software update to fix the issue next Monday the 16th of April, in the meantime you can swap your Nokia Lumia 900 for a brand new one with the updated software.
This is a smart move by Nokia, they could have just released the software update, but the fact that they are letting people swap their handset for a new one, and also crediting them with $100 for the inconvenience is bound to keep owners of the new device happy.