Get a $100 Bill Credit when you buy the Galaxy Alpha or Note 4 on AT&T Next

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AT&T is really pushing their AT&T Next program. Which for those that might be living under a rock, is basically a financing plan. So instead of paying $200 for the phone now and being stuck with AT&T for the next two years by contract. You are paying for it each month. It allows you to upgrade earlier as well. AT&T Next was basically AT&T's answer to T-Mobile's JUMP. But you also get a discount every month for using NEXT over signing a contract. Which is pretty cool too.

Now AT&T is offering customers a $100 bill credit if you buy the Galaxy Note 4 or the Galaxy Alpha. You'll be able to enjoy $0 down, and also get $100 off your bill. But as usual with these bill credits, it may take up to 6 months for the bill credit to actually hit your account. The offer ends today, so you don't have much time to decide if you want either of these.

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We reviewed both the Galaxy Alpha and the Galaxy Note 4. The Galaxy Alpha is a pretty sweet phone from Samsung, although the battery life isn't all that great. They stuck in a 1800mAH battery with that 4.7-inch 720p display. The Galaxy Note 4 on the other hand, has some pretty amazing battery life, not to mention the S Pen that almost everyone loves. It's also got that 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display, which is just plain gorgeous! Although I'd say the Droid Turbo's is better, and mostly due to the pixel density.

It's a pretty good deal from AT&T, although not the best we've seen. Although, if you are looking for some good deals, we always have your back, as we post numerous deals throughout the day that are pretty good.

How many of you are thinking about picking up the Galaxy Note 4 or the Galaxy Alpha from AT&T today? Let us know in the comments below.

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