ATT is starting early on Black Friday sale and has announced a limited-time buy-one-get-one-free offer after mail-in rebate for two of its newly released quick messaging mobile phones, the Pantech Matrix and the Samsung Propel. The devices normally retail for $79.99 each, after mail-in rebate.
AT&T's new quick messaging devices are popular with customers, allowing everyone from newbie messengers to textaholics to send text, picture, video and instant messages with ease. The Pantech Matrix features a unique dual-sliding, double-keypad design. The Samsung Propel offers the best of AT&T's entertainment services and slides upward for easy access to its full keypad.
All quick messaging phones are compatible with AT&T's messaging plans that offer 200, 1,500 and unlimited messaging for $5, $15 and $20 a month, respectively. AT&T FamilyTalk plan customers can get unlimited messaging for all lines for $30.
Users can also browse and purchase thousands of apps, games, ringtones, graphics and other mobile content in the AT&T MEdia Mall, available from their handsets and also online at www.att.com/mediamall
To take advantage of the offer, customers pay $129.99 for the first device and receive a $50 AT&T promotion card after mail-in rebate, bringing the total cost to $79.99. A two-year service agreement and up to a $35 monthly data or messaging package are required. To get one free, customers pay $49.99 and receive a $50 AT&T promotion card after mail-in rebate. The second device also requires a two-year service agreement and up to a $35 monthly data or messaging package. The AT&T promotion cards are valid wherever major credit cards are accepted and customers may use them to pay for their monthly wireless service. The cards are not redeemable for cash and cannot be used at ATMs or gas pumps.