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Seems like Verizon has pulled the plug on the Microsoft Lumia 735. Verizon was one of the few carriers that was still selling Windows phone devices, but as we all know, Windows devices aren’t really popular right now. Microsoft also made a specific version of the Lumia 735 for Verizon, rebranding the device from Nokia to Microsoft and then adding the carrier’s logo on both sides of the device.

Today the Verizon Lumia 735 disappeared from Verizon’s online listing, but it’s still listed on the US Microsoft Store, even thought this device, like many others, has been out of stock for a long while. And as far as we know, the situation will never change.

It’s even discounted to $129 from $199. Right now other carriers are selling devices HP Elite x3 or the Alcatel Idol 4S, so it was only a question of time until Verizon was going to cut Windows devices from the listings.

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