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AT&T offering 50 percent off iPhones, other smartphones

updated 07:30 pm EST, Sat November 16, 2013

AT&T rolls out half-off price offers

AT&T is currently offering an online deal that will allow customers to pick up the latest smartphones on the carrier for half off. Customers signing up for a two-year contract can get devices like the 16GB iPhone 5s for between $100. Also on offer is the iPhone 5c, which is available for $50 on contract. The deal only applies to those devices that are priced under $199 regularly, meaning that devices like the Galaxy Note 3 are not eligible for the discount.

The iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c are now available for just $50, while the Lumia 920 and BlackBerry Z10 are available for $0.49. Nokia's Lumia 1520 is also available for $99, and the Galaxy S4 Zoom is available for the same price.

AT&T says the online-only deal is available for a limited time, though the carrier has not specified how long the sale will last. The devices on sale are also available for free shipping,.

by MacNN Staff



  1. xomniron

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    Joined: 10-17-13

    Only the 16GB iPhone 5s has a $100 discount. Too small. The 32GB and 64GB phones are not included. Bummer.

  1. slapppy

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    Joined: 03-23-08

    No good deal. T-Mobile is better with unlimited everything and tethering...cheaper too.

  1. driven

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    Joined: 05-08-01

    T-Mobile is putting a hurt on the big two (at&t & VZW) But they are hurting Sprint as well.

    Amazing when you change your focus from pure profit, to pure customer satisfaction. The customers come, and the profit follows.

  1. davisadm

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    Joined: 10-25-08

    Yes, only the 16GB 5s is on sale. I agree, T-Mobile is better & they are putting pressure on the other carriers. Good for them!

  1. Charles Martin

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    Joined: 08-04-01

    I don't mean to knock T-Mobile too much as I know all carriers have congested or dead spots, but my recent experience with them was a bit spotty. Great in NYC, terrible in Washington DC. Great in Atlanta, lousy in Orlando (all are in the downtown core for reference). Their logo should be "YMMV."

  1. driven

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    Joined: 05-08-01

    They should *technically* be good anyplace at&t is good. One of the outputs of the failed merger between at&t & t-mobile was t-mobile gets roaming rights on all at&t's towers for a certain number of years. Also: They bought MetroPCS, so assuming they retrofited those towers for GSM devices, that should also be a help.

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