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AT&T Prepaid Lets You Save Up to $50 on an Android Device

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Last January 10, AT&T Prepaid reset some of its promotions and decided to extend its $20 autopay discount on the unlimited plans it offered. The new autopay discount runs until March 23, 2020 online while it ends on April 2, 2020 in stores. Among its promotions though, the prepaid brand decided to continue offering its $99 iPhone 6s deal until April 2, 2020.

But while these are the promotions that the company offered for a while now, they have unveiled new discounts on specific Android devices. Specifically, AT&T Prepaid is now offering up to $50 discount on these devices:

  • Alcatel Tetra - $29.99 (regularly $49.99) with new line activation under $65 Unlimited LTE data plan or higher
  • AT&T CAMEOX Certified Restored - $4.99 (regularly $34.99) with new line activation under $35 or higher plan
  • LG Arena 2 - $69.99 (regularly $119.99) with new line activation under $65 Unlimited LTE data plan or higher
  • LG Phoenix 4 - $39.99 (regularly $69.99) with new line activation under $65 Unlimited LTE data plan or higher 
  • Nokia 3.1A - $49.99 (regularly $89.99) with new line activation under $65 Unlimited LTE data plan or higher
  • Samsung Galaxy Express 3 - $29.99 (regularly $129.99) with new line activation under $35 or higher plan 
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 Dash - $59.99 (regularly $99.99) with new line activation under $65 Unlimited LTE data plan or higher
  • ZTE Maven 3 - Free (regularly $34.99) with new line activation under $35 or higher plan 

Your phone will be locked for 6 months. During that period, you need to keep the account active before you can switch to another carrier or MVNO. Taxes and fees are not yet included and will cost extra.

To know more about this promotion, visit AT&T Prepaid's website
 

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  1. I was looking at getting AT&T prepaid, but I couldn't figure out how to get service without buying a new device. Had to give up.

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    1. There's a "bring your own" tab at the top of the website page.

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    2. Get the free ZTE, get service and have some kids (to give the phone as a toy).

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