HELSINKI (AP) — Nokia Corp. says it will compensate Lumia 900 users in the United States with $100 in credit at AT&T because of a software problem that could cause a break in data connections.
The cell phone maker says it will swap users' phones for an updated Lumia 900 and that all buyers of the phone would receive the $100 credit.
The Finnish company launched the Lumia 900 phone in the United States on Monday with a large campaign, selling it for $99.99 at AT&T.
Wednesday's announcement came as Nokia gave a profit warning, saying strong competition will hit it's first-quarter earnings with no improvement expected in the second quarter.
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