There are cultural differences though. Buying consumer goods on credit is completely normal behaviour in the U.S. In Europe that is far less so, as buying on credit is somewhat frown upon. Average household savings are also much higher in Europe. From what I've heard, the Chinese stash away an even larger percentage of their monthly income than the Europeans do. So, if I had to venture a guess, I would say such 148% deals are likely of less interest to the average consumer in China than in the U.S. Like I said... only a guess.
Originally Posted by LikeWaah
No matter how big your family is, you would soon run out of family members to dump carrier plans onto!
Originally Posted by ynight
But seriously, that deal sounds almost too good to be true. $30 over 24 months means they end up paying $720 over two years. Depending on how you look at it, they are either getting an unlimited everything plan over two years at $5 a month, or a Lumia T920 for about $120.-
If you find a way to get those T920's straight from the factory, and you need a distributor in central Europe, let me know (assuming international ROM's can be flashed)