Nokia's Lumia 900 hasn't got off to the smoothest of starts in the US, with customers complaining that the phone locks out data connections at random intervals.

The good news is that Nokia has already identified the guilty party responsible for the issue - the memory management software - and is working on a fix that's expected to be released over Zune next week.

However, the Finnish company isn't stopping there. According to Pocket-lint, Nokia will also replace your affected model with a new one with the fix pre-installed if you desire, as well as hand over a whopping $100 of AT&T credit.

The issue should be sorted around April 16th, just in time for the UK launch on the 27th.