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AT&T currently has quite an impressive Android smartphone spread. While they may have invented monthly payment plans, AT&T is making its Next plans more attractive by throwing in a $50 Visa card when you buy any Android phone with a Next payment plan.
As always, there is quite a bit of fine print to ... Read More »
By all accounts the Next, JUMP and Edge plan options that provide customers with the opportunity to pay for their devices in monthly installments, with the option to trade in and upgrade after a certain duration, have been quite popular.
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If you’ve been thinking about starting a new line through AT&T and want to use the company’s Next program, there’s never been a better time. From now until September 30, both new and current customers who activate a new line of service with AT&T Next will receive a $100 credit towards their bill.
Most folks use the weekend to keep quiet and relax, but not AT&T. The big blue carrier recently took the wraps off of some major changes to its 10GB and higher Mobile Share plans, and if you’re already an AT&T customer or have been thinking about switching, you’ll want to check out the tweaks that’ve ... Read More »
AT&T today announced that it’s got some new Mobile Share Value plans launching this Sunday, Dec. 8, and the refreshed rate plans actually have some pretty significant differences when compared to the original Mobile Share offerings that launched last year. The most notable change is the addition of a discount for customers not ... Read More »
With the other three major carriers all announcing early upgrade options (T-Mobile JUMP!, AT&T NEXT and Verizon Edge) over the Summer, it was only a matter of time before Sprint got in on the action. It looks like that time is now.
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Big news from AT&T this morning regarding a new upgrade option available for its customers. A new program called AT&T Next will be launching nationwide on July 26 and will give consumers a new option for upgrading their devices. AT&T Next will allow consumers to upgrade their device once every year if they so choose. ... Read More »