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Are 90% of the Lumia reviews faked by ATT, Nokia or MSFT-People??? Are 90% of the Lumia reviews faked by ATT, Nokia or MSFT-People???
asked by u_w_e on April 14, 2012
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I also reviewed this phone and rarely take the time to review things, although I always read them before making purchases. I just felt that this phone is so good it deserves some of my time to review it and help others with their decisions. I have had Androids, Blackberry's and an iPhone. I also currently own a iPad2, which I absolutely LOVE and would not recommend any other tablet but a iPad. My advice is to give this phone a chance and if you don't like it, just return it within the 30 days.
K. Struck answered on April 14, 2012
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Not at all. I reviewed it and gave it 5 stars. I've owned an iPhone from the day they launched, as well as an iPad 2, and a Mac. Nokia is a great phone maker and Microsoft took its time and developed a good OS. The phone is the genuine article. It's not perfect but it's more than wonderful for what you pay. It exceeds people's expectations and the reviews show it.
wonkywizard3 answered on April 14, 2012
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No. All of the positive reviews in the world wouldn't help the phone maintain it's current best selling position of #1 and #2. It's actually selling very well, which is not only evident here but also at AT&T's website. As Paul Roth, AT&T's president of retail sales and service said, the Lumia 900 has "exceeded" the carriers expectation in terms of sales. Yes, people are actually buying the phone and genuinely enjoying it. Crazy, right? :)
GregW74 answered on April 14, 2012
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Capitalist73 answered on April 15, 2012
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That says a lot - I mean if you had an iPhone and use your iPad2 a lot, this indicates you've invested time and money toward being in the Apple way of doing things, as well as the specific access to the Apple resources.
To move to the Windows Phone OS and have to do things outside of that Apple eco-system because you like the Lumia that much, is pretty telling.
Steve Bailey answered on April 15, 2012
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No. I reviewed it, gave it 5 stars, and I stand by it. I do not work for AT&T, Nokia, or Microsoft, and I own the device.

Many Android and iPhone fan boys have purposely posted one star reviews even stating that they did it because they don't believe a phone should have so many five star ratings. I can also tell that, judging by the commnets, they don't own the device or are referring to Windows Mobile which died two years ago.

It is a great phone at any price. At its current price, I simply don't think it can be beat.
Douglas Kirschman answered on April 16, 2012
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No. It's a great phone with an amazing OS.
Mason L. Wright answered on April 14, 2012
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claude j louis-charles answered on April 16, 2012
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@Andy.. Stop conspiracy theories and use the phone first. Later comment on it. Its so lame to just say the OS & phone doesn't deserve 5 stars. I have given a 5 star that's because its how I felt. Its of course each person's opinion. If 185 people out of 200 have the same opinion, then its probably pretty close to the fact. If you say all these 185 people out of 200 are hired by Microsoft, it has no meaning. It might just mean that you have a bad taste.
nbr answered on April 16, 2012
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Meengla answered on April 17, 2012
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