AT&T is helping you kit out your collection of glowing rectangles this holiday season. Starting today and running through the end of the year, if you sign up for a two year agreement or AT&T NEXT, and you get a Galaxy S4, GS4 Active, a Note 2, or a Note 3, you will also receive a fun larger screened extra. AT&T is going to throw in a Galaxy Tab 3 to help keep the season bright. Not a bad little value add, grabbing a little 7″ tablet for yourself… Or give it away as a gift… OR keep it for yourself…
Just imagine if you also snagged a Galaxy Gear. You could literally cover yourself in Samsung.
Running concurrently, AT&T is also running a trade in program for your old phone. Promo cards start at $100 for select devices, but it’s a decent way to recycle your old gear and save a little cash on your next purchase.
Full details after the jump!
AS HOLIDAY SEASON APPROACHES ONLY AT&T OFFERS A FREE 7-INCH SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB 3 WHEN YOU BUY SELECT SAMSUNG GALAXY PHONES
CUSTOMERS CAN CHOOSE FROM INDUSTRY LEADING SMARTPHONE SELECTION WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK
DALLAS, Oct. 30, 2013 – AT&T* today announced it is launching a pair of exclusive offers to kick off the holiday shopping season. Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 30, customers can receive a free 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab™ 3 on a 2-year agreement, with the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S® 4, Samsung Galaxy S® 4 Active™, Samsung Galaxy Note® 3, or a Samsung Galaxy Note® II with a two-year wireless agreement or AT&T Nextsm installment agreement.
Customers interested in receiving a free** Galaxy Tab 3 can take advantage of the offer by visiting any AT&T company-owned retail store or participating dealer (or soon, online at att.com), and purchasing one of 4 eligible Samsung Galaxy smartphones with a 2 year agreement or AT&T Nextsm installment agreement and a Mobile Share voice and data plan, and activating a Mobile Share data plan for the Galaxy Tab 3. With an AT&T Mobile Share plan, customers can add the Galaxy Tab 3 to an existing Mobile Share plan for $10 more per month. And with Mobile Share, up to 10 devices can share data without needing to purchase separate plans for each one.***
Additionally, customers can come in and receive a minimum $100 AT&T Promotion Card when they trade in an eligible smartphone and purchase a smartphone with AT&T Nextsm. The promotion card can be used towards the purchase of a connected tablet, new accessories or a wireless service bill.**** Both offers are for a limited time only, ending Jan. 9, 2014or while promotional supplies last. Promotion can change at any time.
“Now consumers who are trying to decide between a smartphone or a tablet don’t have to compromise,” said Eric Goldfeld, assistant vice president – Marketing Management, AT&T. “This is a fantastic offer for the holidays and we’re making it easier than ever for customers to get the latest smartphone plus a free tablet.”
AT&T recently launched AT&T Nextsm, a new program with a way to get a new device every year. Qualified customers can purchase a smartphone or tablet with no down payment and no activation fee.*****
AT&T has the fastest and now most reliable 4G LTE network. According to AT&T’s analysis of independent third-party data, AT&T has the highest success rate for delivering mobile content across nationwide 4G LTE networks, and its download speeds are the fastest.****** And AT&T was also named America’s fastest 4G LTE network in PC Magazine’s 2013 Fastest Mobile Networks 30-market study – and also swept the top rankings in all six U.S. regions from coast to coast: Northeast, Southeast, North-Central, South-Central, Northwest and Southwest.
From the initial purchase to ongoing service interactions, AT&T is focused on providing an unparalleled customer experience. AT&T was recently recognized with two significant achievements, outperforming competitors for customer service and wireless purchase experience. J.D. Power awarded AT&T the “Highest Ranked Customer Service Performance Among Full-Service Wireless Providers” and “Highest Satisfaction with the Purchase Experience among Full Service Wireless Providers” in their 2013, Volume 2 studies.