Get An LG G Pad 7.0 LTE For 99 Cents With Any LG Smartphone From AT&T


Looking for a hot phone and tablet deal this holiday season?  AT&T's got the hookup for you so long as you're willing to renew your contract or sign a new one of course.  If you stop at any AT&T store or shop online all you have to do is add any LG phone to your cart, like LG's latest flagship the LG G3, and then of course drop the LG G Pad 7.0 LTE into the cart as well.  This will take the normally $99 contracted price of the G Pad down to a measly 99 cents, making the tablet almost free and quite a deal no matter how you slice it.  The catch here is that you need to sign up for the AT&T Next plan and a two-year agreement, so your mileage may vary as to whether or not this is appealing in the first place.  This is all part of LG and AT&T's plan to get as many LG devices into your hands as possible at the end of a year when LG has done rather well for themselves too.

In addition to the tablet deal LG and AT&T are doing a number of other deals with LG devices including the LG G Watch, which is 50% off right now.  You can also get the LG Tone Bluetooth stereo headset for 50% when purchased through the same deal, meaning you can completely renew most of the technology you carry with you every day for considerably cheaper than previously.  To get the deal just head on over to the AT&T link down below and shop now, or of course stop in an AT&T store near you if you don't want to wait for the device to ship.


The G Pad 7.0 is the followup to the G Pad 8.3 that was released earlier this year and uses the refreshed LG 3.0 UI that debuted with the LG G3.  This features a unique look as well as tons of additional settings and features you won't find in stock Android, and it LG's latest claim to fame.  LG has a really cool feature called Q Pair that pairs together LG devices and allows you to control your phone from your tablet, so if you're sitting in your room watching a movie or just hanging out you can answer calls, texts, etc.  LG has some great integration in general between its devices so this is a great opportunity to experience it for yourself.

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