AT&T Offering Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 When Purchasing A Galaxy Smartphone On AT&T Next


If you are in the market for a new smartphone anyway then you might want to take a minute to see if this deal is right for you. It seems AT&T have a few Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0's lying around the warehouse as they are currently giving them away for free. of course, they are not for 'free' free, but they are giving them away when you pick up a Samsung Galaxy smartphone. This means you can save the initial $199.99 on-contract price or the $299.99 off-contract price. So here are the details.

You can grab yourself a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 if you purchase any Samsung Galaxy smartphone on AT&T's Next program. This will mean, you will pay $0 down for the Galaxy handset and then pay off for the handset over thirty months. Therefore, if we take the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 as an example, the Note 4 can be purchased on AT&T Next for $27.54 a month. For this, you can pick up the Note 4 and the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. Of course, there is also the other factor that comes into consideration and that is the tab is only free in terms of what you pay up front. AT&T will (and do) expect you to sign up for some sort of data plan for the Tab as well. This will typically mean a $10 fee added to your existing data plan per month.


If the Note 4 does not really grab your fancy then you can get this deal with any Galaxy smartphone. So if you would prefer the Samsung Galaxy S5 then it will cost you $21.67 a month, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will set you back $20.44 a month and the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is the most expensive, coming in at $31.54 a month. If you want to advantage of the deal then click the source link below to head over to AT&T, pick your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone, pick your data plan and add to cart. When you are prompted to 'Add Another Device' click yes, go to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 and make sure to click 2-year agreement. Once this had been added, you will see the $199.99 discount in your cart during checkout. So any takers?

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