Nokia’s Fight for AT&T Shelf Space Shows Hurdle for LumiaAdam Ewing
When Angelo Amato, a former Nokia Oyj customer, went to get a new smartphone at an AT&T Inc. store in Manhattan last week, he never got a chance to even see the Finnish company’s models. The shop didn’t have any of Nokia’s nine-month-old Lumia line on display and the salesman didn’t mention it as an option.
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